Tutuban station commonly as Manila railway Station or Divisoria railway Station is the main train station of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) and the main train station of the city of Manila in the Philippines. It was formerly known as the Manila Railroad Company (MRRCo). The name refers to two stations: the original Tutuban station, which today forms part of the Tutuban Centermall, and the PNR Executive Building, which houses PNR offices and serves as the current terminus of all PNR services.
The station was first constructed in 21 January 1887, as part of the "Ferrocarril de Manila-Dagupan" line, which constitutes much of the North Main Line today. The cornerstone of the main station building at Tutuban was laid on 31 July 1887. The railway was 195 kilometers long at the time of its opening on November 24, 1892, running from Manila to Dagupan City in Pangasinan. The Manila Railroad Company was changed to the corporate name Philippine National Railways due to the enactment of the Republic Act No.4156
In 1988, PNR evaluated the possibility of renting 22 hectares of land to Tutuban at Claro M. Recto in response to the challenges of development and help promote the site to be the center of trade. PNR implemented the first part of the master development plan of Tutuban Properties, Inc. in 1991, and later entrusted the management and development of the land. The Tutuban Center Mall was formally inaugurated to the public led by Fidel V. Ramos on February 21, 1994.
The following years has witnessed the continued efforts among PNR, Tutuban Properties, Inc. and the Philippine Government to advance the methods of travel by reorganizing the overall railroad system, improve the civic and business buildings around the Tutuban, and keep emphasis on history. The development of PNR Plaza is a step to verify the cause of reactivating the overall railroad system as one method of travel and trading. Tutuban Mall will be going to Philippine National Railways.