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Leninskaya Line (Russian: Ленинская линия) is Line 1 of the Novosibirsk Metro.


The Leninskaya Line is 10.5 km long and has 8 stations. It opened in 1986, and runs from northwest to southeast, before cutting west across the Ob river over a covered bridge.

After the war, much of the line southern end of the line became flooded. This allowed the metro survivors to power their stations with hydro-electricity, but this turned out to be both a blessing and a curse, as mutated slime would grow in the damp stations and clog the pumps, forcing OSKOM to dispatch soldiers to burn the slime off. The slime was also radioactive, meaning that the OSKOM forces had to consume more of the increasingly scarce Radioprotector.


  • Faction Logo Rioters.png Zayeltsovskaya - Northern terminal station taken over by rioters
  • Faction Logo Rioters.png Gagarinskaya - Station taken over by rioters
  • Faction Logo OSKOM.png Krasny Prospekt - Transfer station that served as the central base of OSKOM alongside Sibirskaya, abandoned after the Novosibirsk Riots
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Ploschad Lenina - Abandoned station, partly flooded and highly irradiated due to shallow depth and collapsed vault.
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Oktyabrskaya - Abandoned station, presumably flooded
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Rechnoy Vokzal - Abandoned station, presumably flooded
  • Smallicon Station Independent.png Studencheskaya - Independent station cut off from the rest of the metro by the Ob river, presumably the only inhabited station left
  • Station Smallicon Unexplored.png Ploschad Marksa - Unexplored southern terminal station


  • Like numerous other locations in Russia and parts of the former Eastern Bloc, the Leninskaya line of the Novosibirsk Metro is named after revolutionary Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, who took on the pseudonym "Lenin".