List of Philippine National Railways stations

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The system map of the Philippine National Railways.

Philippine National Railways used to provide passenger services in two directions from the capital, thus serving various towns and cities north and south of Manila. This list contains stations of both Northrail and Southrail, and the various spur lines from both Northrail and Southrail, as well as stations within Metro Manila. The Northrail is also known as the Green Line, while the Southrail is also known as the Orange Line, former terminus or terminal stations are in bold and former or defunct stations are in italic.

North Main Line (Northrail)[edit]

Stations along the Manila-San Fernando Line were abandoned and closed, (San Fernando-Dagupan) in 1983, Dagupan-Tarlac in 1988 and Tarlac-Malolos in 1989 during the term of President Corazon Aquino, the eruption of Mt.Pinatubo further shortened services up to Meycauayan in 1991 until it was closed in 1997.

La Union[edit]

Section Year Opened Length Distance from Manila
Manila-Bagbag March 24, 1891 44 Km 44 Km
Bagbag-Mabalacat February 2, 1892 43 87
Mabalacat-Tarlac June 1, 1892 32 119
Tarlac-Dagupan November 24, 1892 76 195
Dagupan-San Fabian January 11, 1908 12 207
San Fabian-Rabon July 5, 1908
Rabon-Santo Tomas November 14, 1908
Santo Tomas-Agoo December 4, 1908
Agoo-South Aringay July 26, 1909
South Aringay-Aringay June 30, 1912
Aringay-Bauang Sur October 14, 1912 13 253
Bauang Sur-Bauang January 16, 1929 2 255
Bauang-San Fernando U May 16, 1929 12 265
San Fernando U-Sudipen 1943 25 290
San Fernando U-Bacnotan January 25, 1955 18 283

Pangasinan[edit]

Tarlac[edit]

Pampanga[edit]

Bulacan[edit]

Metro Manila[edit]

Metrotren Coaches with triangle rooftops parked at Tutuban station in Manila.

South Main Line (Southrail)[edit]

Main line[edit]

Metro Manila[edit]

Section Date Opened Distance Distance from Manila
Santa Mesa-Paco March 25, 1908 3 9
Paco-Muntinlupa June 21, 1908 22 32
Muntinlupa-Calamba January 24, 1909 24 56
Calamba - Los Baños August 15, 1910 8 64
College- San Pablo August 20, 1923 23 88
Calamba-Malvar January 4, 1910 19 75
Malvar-San Pablo July 3, 1911 19 94
San Pablo-Tiaong July 1912 9 98
Tiaong-Lucena February 10, 1913 34 133
Lucena-Padre Burgos 1914 32 165
Padre Burgos - Hondagua - Calauag May 10, 1916 77 243
Calauag - Aloneros August 16, 1921 12 255
Aloneros - Port Junction January 31, 1938 45 300
Port Junction-Ragay-Lupi Viejo August 28, 1933
Lupi Viejo-Sipocot September 13, 1931
Sipocot-Libmanan July 1930
Libmanan-Pamplona February 3, 1929
Pamplona-Naga October 18, 1921 12
Naga-Pili April 1, 1920 28 405
Baao-Iriga August 1915
Iriga Legazpi- Tabaco November 1914 62 474
EDSA station in Makati City.
This might be the only station in here (after Philippine - American Embrioredy station was demolished in 1979) and now it is used by current rolling stock, except for Kiha 52.

Laguna[edit]

Platform area of the Santa Rosa station.

Quezon[edit]

Camarines Sur[edit]

Iriga station at night.

Albay[edit]

San Pedro-Carmona branch[edit]

Two evidence of railways is in near the Casa del Niño School and the Chrysanthemum Village near the SLEX railroad underpass, this 3.9 km line was opened in 1973.

Laguna[edit]

Cavite[edit]

Cabuyao-Eton City branch[edit]

An unfinished branch line, only evidence is a railroad overpass in South Luzon Expressway.

Mamatid-Buntog branch[edit]

Calamba-Bauan branch[edit]

Line from Calamba, Laguna to Bauan, Batangas

Laguna[edit]

Batangas[edit]

UP Los Baños-Santa Cruz branch[edit]

Laguna[edit]

Abandoned branches[edit]

Tarlac-San Jose branch[edit]

This line was also planned to be used for the Cagayan Railroad Extension

Tarlac[edit]

Nueva Ecija[edit]

Isabela[edit]

Cagayan[edit]

Santa Mesa-Antipolo branch[edit]

The 6 km part is called Guadalupe Line

Manila[edit]

Tutuban Station Tondo, Manila Blumentritt Station Sta. Cruz, Manila

  • Santa Mesa - Bacood, Santa Mesa
  • Cordillera - Bacood, Santa Mesa [flagstop, opened in 1974]
  • Bagumbayan - Bacood, Santa Mesa [flagstop, opened in 1974]

Mandaluyong City[edit]

  • Mandaluyong (San Felipe Neri) - Brgy. Daang Bakal
  • Magalona - Brgy. Daang Bakal [flagstop, opened in 1974]
  • A. Bonifacio - Brgy. Addition Hills [flagstop, opened in 1974]
  • Welfareville - Brgy. Addition Hills
  • Boni Avenue - Barangay Old Zaniga [flagstop, opened in 1974]
  • Zaniga (Saniga) - Brgy. Old Zaniga [flagstop, opened in 1974]
  • Hulo (San Pedro Macati) - near San Francisco Street, Barangay Hulo [flagstop]
  • Guadalupe (Barangka) - Barangay Barangka Ilaya, near EDSA, terminus of the line [now serves as the Mayor Neptali Gonzales Jr. Basketball Gymnnasium, opened in 1927]

Pasig[edit]

Rizal[edit]

Balagtas-Cabanatuan branch[edit]

This one of the branch lines that were abandoned after WWII, it was reopened in 1969, once again it was abandoned in 1980.

Bulacan[edit]

Nueva Ecija[edit]

Rosario-Montalban branch[edit]

Pasig City[edit]

Marikina City[edit]

Rizal[edit]

Fort Stotsenburg-Dau branch[edit]

Line from Fort Stotsenburg in Angeles to Magalang, Pampanga

Dau-Magalang branch[edit]

Nielson Field branch[edit]

Also known as the Pasay Road-Legazpi Village branch, this spur was dismantled after the airport ceased operations.

Legazpi-Tabaco branch[edit]

Aringay-Baguio branch[edit]

An old line from Aringay, La Union to Baguio City, due to many mountains on its route, several tunnels were constructed during the Spanish Period but abandoned during WWII, two evidences of the lines are the Aringay railroad triangle and the Century old tunnel in Brgy. Poblacion.

San Fabian-Camp One branch[edit]

This is a line to Camp One, Rosario, La Union, first railroad project attempting to reach Baguio, abandoned in 1914, evidence is the triangle junction which was part of the railtracks (now converted to roads).

Arayat-Carmen branch[edit]

Tayug branch[edit]

Tarlac[edit]

Nueva Ecija[edit]

Pangasinan[edit]

San Pablo-Malvar branch[edit]

Branch line from San Pablo, Laguna to Malvar, Batangas abandoned after another route built in Los Baños to San Pablo

Paniqui-Camiling branch[edit]

Abandoned tram line operated by the Tarlac Railway Company.

Tarlac[edit]

Lingayen-Camiling branch[edit]

Construction for this branch from Lingayen, Pangasinan to Camiling, Tarlac was cancelled during the planning stages.

Damortis-Tuba branch[edit]

Branch line abandoned before the bed was completed and before any bridges had been constructed, the only evidence of this line are the two railroad tunnels in Asin Road.

Caba-Galiano branch[edit]

Branch line abandoned before the bed was completed and before any bridges had been constructed

Paco-Naic branch[edit]

When the station is located in Brgy. Ibayong Estacion, the end of the tracks reached Brgy. Latoria where its Brgy. Hall stands above the former turntable.

Cavite branch[edit]

Pandacan-Isla Provisor branch[edit]

Also known as the Santibañez line.

This line has spurs leading to Isla Provisor, Luzon Brokerage Company, the now-closed Pandacan Oil Depot and the Johnson Picket Rope Company, it ends in what is now the Tabacalera Compound today.

Rongos branch[edit]

A 1.7 km line connecting the former Rongos wharf in the Bicol River for construction purposes, dismantled after the completion of the Main Line South in 1938.

note: some stations and lines may still not be here