Train station Ivatsevichi
Belarus, Ivacevichi

Ivatsevichi is a district center in the Brest region. Ivatsevichi occupy an advantageous transport and geographical position. The most important railways and highways of European significance Moscow - Orsha - Minsk - Brest - Warsaw pass through the city. With the laying of the railway since 1871, a small settlement appeared near the Ivatsevichi estate, which grew with the development of logging. An example of typical stations built in the 70s of the 19th century are the railway stations in Ivatsevichi and Nekhachevo. In 1916-1917, the narrow-gauge railway Ivatsevichi-Telekhany-Yanov-Polessky was built. The Germans needed her in order to take out the forest and send it to Germany. In 1918, Ivatsevichi from a railway junction turned into a small railway station. The transformation of the Ivatsevichs into a small station contributed to the development of the timber processing industry and population growth. Ivatsevichi railway station resembled a large village. The Ivatsevichs were connected by a narrow gauge railway with Telekhani and the village of Svyataya Volya. The station building was located on the opposite side of the current building, but during the Great Patriotic War it was destroyed. The current station building was built by captured Germans in the post-war period. The train and train schedule for Ivatsevichi station today includes 52 long-distance trains. Of these, 15 commuter trains and trains (including diesel engines), 37 long-distance railway flights, of which 18 are daily. The minimum train stop time is 1 minute (train on the route Brest-Central - Baranovichi-Polesskie), and the maximum 10 minutes (flight on the route Brest-Central - Moscow-Belorusskaya).
Most of all in the train schedule, it arrives from the settlements: Brest, Minsk, Baranovichi. The trains departing from the Ivatsevichi station follow further routes - Ivatsevichi - Moscow, Ivatsevichi - Brest, Ivatsevichi - Minsk, Ivatsevichi - Baranovichi. Most trains arrive in the morning. The first, according to the schedule, leaves at 00 hours 10 minutes in the direction of the Moscow-Belorusskaya station, and the latter arrives at 23 hours 27 minutes. When planning trips, it should be borne in mind that the schedule of some trains, such as 096B Brest-Central - Moscow-Belorusskaya, 132B Brest-Central - Moscow-Belorusskaya, 317B Karagandy-Passenger - Brest-Central, 067B Saratov-1 Passenger - Brest-Central special timetable, therefore, it is recommended to clarify the schedule for a specific date. Tickets for trains and trains at Ivatsevichi station can be purchased via the Internet or at the box office. Operations performed at Ivatsevichi station: receiving and issuing wagon shipments of goods allowed for storage on open areas of stations, receiving and issuing goods in universal containers with a gross weight of 24 (30) and 30 tons on access roads, receiving and issuing goods by wagon and small shipments loaded with whole wagons only on access roads and non-public places, receiving and issuing carload shipments requiring storage in covered warehouses of stations, receiving and issuing goods in universal containers with a gross weight of 20 and 24 n sidings. Sale of tickets for all passenger trains. Reception and baggage claim are not made.

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