Department of Hubs and Stations

Kaliningrad-Passenger is a station of the Kaliningrad railway serving short and long-distance passenger trains.

In the 1960s, Lengiprotrans developed a project for an outfitting point for passenger cars at the station.
Based on the survey results, laboratory analyzes were carried out, columns and wells layouts, a cable route profile were developed. At the facility, water supply and sewerage networks, treatment facilities in the area of ​​the repair and equipment depot were designed.

In the 1960s, Lengiprotrans developed a project for the development of the Riga-Passenger station of the Baltic railway.

At the station, the following were designed: a track section with platforms, tunnels, lighting, sewerage, utility and drinking water supply, drainage structures of the Riga-Passenger car fleet, an overpass over Dzirnau Street.

Also in 2005, a contact network was designed at the station.

In the 1960s Lengiprotrans developed a project for the development of the Radviliskis station of the Baltic railway.

The object was designed:
• track section and subgrade;
• water supply and sewerage in the section from the railway station to the car repair depot and the receiving depot;
• outdoor lighting of the foothill park;
• artificial constructions;
• construction part of the trolley garage;
• low passenger platforms;
• buildings for shoemakers, switchmen and heating inspectors;

In the early 2000s, Lengiprotrans prepared feasibility studies for the concept of the development of the main railway corridors of the Latvian Railway.

The German company DE Consult used the main provisions of the concept to prepare tender materials for the construction of individual objects along the highways Riga - Krustpils, Daugavpils - Krustpils - Jelgava - Ventspils, etc.

Kokchetav (now Kokshetau) is a station of the Kazakhstan railway in the Akmola region of Kazakhstan. From here the trains follow in the direction of the stations: Zhanaturmys, Kzyl-Tu, Astana, Novoishimskaya.

Water supply networks were built at the station according to the Lengiprotrans project in 1955.

In the 1980s, the institute continued work on the development of the station, during which the following were designed:
• compressor station;
• equipment point for passenger trains and a transformer substation;

Molodechno - Vilnius - Kaliningrad - a section of the former Baltic railway, passing through the Byelorussian SSR, the Lithuanian SSR and the Kaliningrad region of the RSFSR.

In the 1960s, Lengiprotrans prepared a project for transferring the direction from locomotive traction to diesel traction.

Plans were developed for the territories of the following objects:
• Diesel depot of Vilnius station;
• steam locomotive depot of Vilnius and Kaunas stations;
• traction substation at Kaliningrad station;

Ventspils is a large railway junction in Latvia. Here, cargo is transferred from the commercial seaport to the railroad.

Polotsk is a station of the Belarusian railway in the city of the same name. From here the trains follow in the directions to the stations: Vitebsk, Daugavpils, Molodechno, Nevel.

The station development project was prepared by Lengiprotrans in the 1970s.

Photo: Polotsk station (source:

The port oil depot in the village of Izhevskoye is located on the northern coast of the Kaliningrad Bay. The terminal accepts, stores and ships oil products by road and rail.

In the 2000s, as part of the construction of the oil depot, Lengiprotrans designed the following facilities:
• water and electricity supply in the port park;
• communication devices: operational and technological communication, two-way park communication;
• fire-fighting installations: automatic alarm in the post of electrical interlocking, water supply, water storage tanks;

Leningrad-Varshavsky is a former station of the October railway in St. Petersburg, founded in 1853. From here, trains departed for the Luga and Baltic directions.

In 1960-1966, according to the Lengiprotrans project, the station was reorganized in connection with the electrification of suburban traffic on the Leningrad - Gatchina-Baltiyskaya - Siverskaya section. At the station, work was carried out to reconstruct the apron tracks, in which the landing stage was eliminated and the tracks located under it were removed.