The Kakhovskaya Line (Russian: Каховская линия) is Line 11 of the Moscow Metro.
The Kakhovskaya Line is the shortest line of Moscow Metro, with only three stations and total track length of mere 3.3 km. In real life, the line was closed in 2019 and will become part of the new Bolshaya Koltsevaya line, but in the world of Metro, Moscow was destroyed in 2013 so the changes to the line never happened.
The line is located in the southern part of the city and serves as a connection between the Zamoskvoretskaya Line and the Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya Line. The only faction inhabiting its stations and tunnels is Sevastopolskaya Hydroelectric Power Plant.
List of Stations
- Kashirskaya - Abandoned eastern terminal station; transfer to Zamoskvoretskaya Line
- Varshavskaya - Station controlled by Sevastopolskaya HPP, which was fortified to repel frequent mutant attacks
- Kakhovskaya - Western terminal station, controlled by Sevastopolskaya HPP; transfer to Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya line
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