Code station
Time zone
Railway checkpoints


The station is open for cargo operations.


The station is located 26.1 km from Vyborg st. and 4.8 km from Vainikkala st.

Brief technical description

Reception/delivery of cargo in general-purpose containers (20 t).

Current capacity is 12 trains per day in both directions, which is 4,380 trains per year. Customs procedures area capacity – 78 wagons.

Building of the station itself is two-storeyed. There is one platform and nine railway tracks.

Large amount of various goods are transported via the border crossing point at Buslovskaya station (export and import). Exported cargo: timber, gas and oil, metal products and machinery, chemicals and fertilizers, heavy-weight equipment (cranes, drilling components, harvesters, gas facilities).

Presently, the customs point started to implement the information exchange system dealing with procedure for presentation of original paper documents using Internet to enable increased rate of operations.

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