Dzerzhinskaya Line (Russian: Дзержинская линия) is Line 2 of the Novosibirsk Metro.
The Dzershinskaya Line is 5.5 km long and has 5 stations. It is the second line of the Novosibirsk Metro, opening in 1987. It ran from west to east.
After the war, all but one of the stations became inhabited. Likewise, three rose up in revolt in 2035 and proceeded to attack Sibirskaya. This ultimately resulted in the nigh extinction of the Novosibirsk survivors.
- Ploschad Garina-Mikhaylovskogo - Western terminal station taken over by rioters
- Sibirskaya - Transit station that served as OSKOM's base of operation alongside Krasny Prospekt, abandoned after the Novosibirsk Riots
- Marshala Pokrishkina - Station taken over by rioters
- Berzovaya Roshcha - Station taken over by rioters
- Zolotaya Niva - Destroyed eastern terminal station
- Dzerzhinskaya is named after Feliks Dzierżyński (in English his name is often rendered as "Felix Dzerzhinsky") - a Polish revolutionary and Bolshevik leader, who later became the head of the Cheka in Soviet Russia.
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