Train station Bobruisk
Belarus, Bobruysk

In November 1873, the first engine whistle sounded over the city of Bobruisk. The Landvarovo-Romny railway passed through the city, connecting the city on the Berezina with the ports of the Baltic and Black Seas, industrial centers of Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and facilitated the rapprochement of agricultural and industrial regions. The Office of the Landvarovo-Romenskaya Railway was located in Minsk. The Minsk – Bobruisk section opened for train traffic was the fourth direction from Minsk. On April 30, 1876, it was decided to connect the landless Libava railway to the Landvarovo-Romny railway and change the name of the railway to Libavo-Romenskaya. Since the 80s of the XIX century, passenger transportation has been improved and developed, new passenger steam locomotives and passenger cars were commissioned, in which water and then steam heating was introduced, ventilation devices were improved, candle lighting was replaced by gas, and in some cases electric. During these years, other measures were taken to improve passenger service: the sequential alteration of Western European-built wagons with side entrances to each compartment directly from the platform into wagons with a longitudinal corridor and closed vestibules at the end of the wagon. With the improvement of the fleet of passenger cars and steam locomotives, the volumes of passenger traffic on the entire railway network also increased. In this regard, it was decided to build a station at Bobruisk station, the construction of which was completed in 1900. Due to the economic and numerical growth of the city, it was decided to build a station at the Berezina station, which was commissioned in 1908. Passenger buildings at Bobruisk and Berezina stations were built of brick and have survived to our time. 4 pairs of passenger trains passed through Bobruisk in 1909. With the opening of the through Bobruisk – Starushki section in 1932, the Bobruisk station became a junction. In 2004, the complete reconstruction of the station complex was completed, during which the station building, luggage compartment, toilet, apron and platforms were reconstructed, awnings were installed. In 2005, the reconstruction of the forecourt was made. In total, 10 billion rubles were spent on the reconstruction of the station complex. In 2006, in preparation for the republican festival-fair “Dazhinki-2006”, the passenger building was repaired at the Berezina station with the reconstruction of the platforms and the improvement of the adjacent territory. After reconstruction, the station is equipped with modern lighting. To give an aesthetic appearance on the forecourt, there are modern flower beds. In 2007, a large number of perennial ornamental plants were purchased with the help of which the landscape design of the adjacent territory was made. Station station Bobruisk is a second-class station. The station complex includes: the station building, luggage compartment, apron, two island platforms, five pedestrian crossings, and a toilet. In the station building there is a waiting room, a buffet, an office for the station manager, a point for connecting to mobile operators, an ATM, pay phones. For the sale of tickets, 7 ticket offices were equipped, which are equipped with the Express system and Integral BPM ticket printing machines; for payment of travel documents using plastic cards, 7 payment terminals were installed at the ticket offices. There is also a reference and an office on duty at the station.
For passengers waiting for the train, sofas for 66 seats are installed inside the station building, another 30 benches are installed on the platform. The platform is equipped with a canopy, under which you can hide from rain and snow. To visually inform passengers inside the building of the Bobruisk station, an electronic information board, 2 stands with timetables of commuter and passenger trains, and information signs are installed. On the platform there are 4 electronic information boards, 4 stands with the schedule of suburban and passenger trains, information signs, as well as stands with advertising information of the city enterprises. All visual information located on the platform is equipped with a backlight. Stands with information for passengers are made of modern materials and are easy to read. Currently, 21 pairs of passenger trains and 9 pairs of suburban trains pass through the Bobruisk station. The main directions of passenger trains are Minsk (19 trains), Simferopol (4 trains), there are also direct trains to Kaliningrad, Odessa, Kislovodsk, Kiev, Kharkov, Feodosia, Yevpatoriya, Anapa, Gomel. In suburban traffic, 6 trains per day follow to Zhlobin station, 6 trains per day to Osipovichi station, 3 trains per day to Rabkor station. On average, 97 thousand passengers depart from Bobruisk station every month, of which 22 thousand in domestic and international traffic, and 75 thousand passengers in suburban traffic. Currently, Bobruisk Station provides passengers with the following services:
• registration of travel documents for travel on trains of regional lines of business class, inter-regional and international traffic, registration of travel documents from another station in international traffic;
• pre-ordering train tickets by phone and at a passenger’s personal appearance, followed by issuing a ticket at the booking office, accepting group requests, reissuing a ticket on the day the train departs for regional business class trains, interregional and international trains;
• execution of a refund for an unused ticket or transportation document for baggage (cargo luggage) in an inter-regional communication or in communication with the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Baltic States and other states;
• sale of subscription tickets: “day off”, “working day”, “bearer”, “ten-day subscription bearer”, “nominal preferential”;
• ordering a ticket through the global computer network Internet on the website of the Belarusian Railway (www.rw.by) using bank plastic cards in inter-regional and international traffic, issuing travel documents at the East-West fare, booking a ticket;
• use of the services of a reference and information center, announcements by loud-speaking communication of a station at the request of citizens, enterprises,
• Porter carrying carry-on baggage or baggage from the carriage (to the carriage) within the forecourt area and using baggage carts, preliminary baggage, cargo luggage storage, baggage storage, cargo luggage of individuals, legal entities and individual entrepreneurs, storage of large items and items not related to hand luggage, storage of forgotten and found things, storage of hand luggage in a stationary storage room, forced opening of an automatic storage room at the request of the owner transferred to storage and uschestva;
• loading, unloading baggage and cargo luggage for vehicles, packing luggage and cargo luggage, applying shipping marking, providing an application form, tags, notifying the recipient of the arrival of luggage and cargo luggage by phone, mail, telegraph;
• control weighing of hand luggage in the event of a conflict with the train crew, using a luggage trolley to transport cargo luggage, providing places for advertising at the railway station.

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