Paldiski Railway Station
Paldiski Railway Station
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The main building of Paldiski railway station, in crown historicist style, was constructed in 1870 to standard 3rd class Baltic railway designs. Although certain of the original decorative elements adorning its overhangs and roof were lost in the 20th century, it remains the best preserved station building of its kind in Estonia in terms of its initial design.Did you know...?*By the building is a memorial to the app. three thousand islanders from Saaremaa and Hiiumaa who were deported to Siberia by the Soviet regime in 1941 and 1949*The building houses the Vana Vedur cafe
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Mercman111
Twyford, UK286 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019
Went on a day trip to Paldiski from Tallin. What outstanding value, just 3.30 euros for an hour ride on a clean and modern train. You will need to get your tickets on the train as the ticket office at the station do not sell them. The station at Paldiski is a wonderful Soviet style timber structure, which sadly is now gradually falling into disrepair.
Written 11 February 2019
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Halkidis
Southwest Finland, Finland4,670 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
Paldiski was known for its Naval Base during Soviet era and still big part of city looks like a Soviet city from 70's/80's. This really isn't a station, because there is nothing available, although nice location next to sea side. But of course it's a good thing for locals that modern Estonian trains stop here. This is the end of Tallinn-Paldiski route, that takes little over an hour, because it stops in every little village.
Written 6 August 2017
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