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Dagupan (Both Stations)
I recently read an old news report about a local group who had plans to restore the first Dagupan station as a historical site and museum.It appears that this work has not yet begun.
The first station opened in 1892, with the opening of the Manila to Dagupan Railway.The second station was constructed (1935) when the railway was extended to La Union, as the original could not be utilised as a through station.
These walls give a great indication of how magnificent this station once was.
We can only dream of funding coming forth to restore it to it's former glory.
Tarlac Loco Shed & StationOpened - 1892
Mark outside the Tarlac Railway Station.
The following two photos were taken at Tarlac and from the Mark Chua collection.
Below: John Coyle
A box car converted to a caboose at Tarlac station, taken in early 1945.https://railroadhistory.shutterfly.com/pictures/273#275Via Dirk Paul Celoso
Tarlac Area 1944PRHS Archive
This article first appeared on philippinerailwayhistoricalsociety.blogspot.com
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