Pravoberezhnaya Line (Russian: Правобережная линия, literally "Right-Bank Line") is Line 4 of the St. Petersburg Metro.
Pravoberezhnaya Line is 11.2 km long (making it the shortest line in the Metro) and has 8 stations. It runs from the city centre eastwards, before cutting south.
- Spasskaya - Western terminal station controlled by the Market Stations
- Dostoyevskaya - Station controlled by the Seaside Alliance
- Ligovsky Prospekt - Abandoned Station
- Ploschad Aleksandra Nevskogo II - Station controlled by the Vegan Empire
- Novocherkasskaya - Station controlled by Okerville
- Ladozhskaya - Station controlled by Okerville
- Prospekt Bolshevikov - Station controlled by Okerville
- Ulitsa Dybenko - Southern terminal station known for its production of hallucinogenic mushrooms, nicknamed "Happy Village"
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