Two railway stations of Udmurtia were included in the Unified State Register of Cultural Heritage Objects (Historical and Cultural Monuments) of the peoples of Russia: in Mozhga and Kizner. The press office of the Agency for State Protection of Cultural Heritage Objects of Udmurtia reported it.
Railway station in the village of Kizner was built in 1916. At the same time, another railway station was being built in Mozhga (formerly Krasnyy Village).
The projects of both stations were developed in the workshop of the Russian and Soviet architect Alexei Shchusev. The facilities were used by the Management of board of the Kazan – Yekaterinburg railway.
The stations were given the status of cultural heritage objects of regional significance. In accordance with the orders, the borders of their territory and the subject of protection were approved.