Railway station Tver

Вокзал на станции Калинин
Входная группа вокзала на станции Тверь

Station Tver (in 1931–1998 — station Kalinin) is a large transport hub of the Oktyabrskaya railway. The historic station was built in the middle of the 19th century. Since the 1970s, Lengiprotrans has been developing a project for a new station complex for 2,000 passengers.

In 1991, a new station was opened, located on the other side of the railway, opposite the old building.

The glazed facade of the main volume seems to be divided into three three-part inverted arches. They are complemented by division by vertical imposts, reflected in the appearance of the clock tower, at the base of which there is an entrance group. Its waiting rooms are decorated with mosaic panels of multi-colored smalt. Inside the station there is a greenhouse with a variety of plants.

Employees of Lengiprotrans also developed a project for a pedestrian tunnel at the station. The tunnel was built in 1993 and connected two railway stations.

Later Lengiprotrans was engaged in the development of the Tver railway hub.