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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Tayuman/Tutuban Photo Essay 2007 (Pt2)

*** Tayuman/Tutuban Photo Essay 2007 ***

In part two of this series we are looking at the area around the station and the west side of the locomotive facilities.
I am currently trying to locate the photos taken around the engine shed and the usual side of the facilities that the locomotives would be when making use of them. Have also to complete the aerial shot of the south end of the yard.

More soon.

The below two shots show the passenger waiting area of the now demolished Tayuman railway station.
The bottom of the two were taken during a visit by the SIG and show L-R Bill, Ceasar, Harvey, Nick (hidden) and Karel.

Not sure if it is possible to buy HO scale plastic figures of people as cute as your average Pinay.
If it is, please let us know :-)

Shot of Tayuman station from the south angle, plus a few of the locomotive facilities (west side) next to the station.

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