Welcome one and all to the 'Philippine Railway Historical Society' blogsite. This site was set up to share photos, historical pieces, comment and virtually anything else pertaining to transportation in the Philippines, with a special emphasis on rail. Occasional we vary from topic, but this is the less serious side of the hobby shining through - cause sometimes, in this miserable and uptight world, we just take ourselves a little too seriously.

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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Bus in the terminal next to Tutuban station.

Baliwag Transit buses next to Tutuban station.

MrX enjoying the experience of the LRT1 women's carriage.

1046 leads a train into the Baclaran station in Manila.
Baclaran has been the southern terminus since the line was opened by President Marcos in the 70s. However, construction has commenced on a
 southern extension to Cavite.

1037 was destroyed in the Rizal Day bombings.

Stay tuned for more 2011 excitement shortly.

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