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Tutuban station, also known as the Manila station or Divisoria station is the main train station of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) located in the City of Manila, Philippines.

Tutuban
Exterior of the PNR Executive Building on Mayhaligue Street, which currently serves as the Tutuban railway station terminal.
Other namesManila, Tayuman, Divisoria
LocationPNR Executive Building, Mayhaligue Street
Tondo, Manila
Philippines
Coordinates14°36′41″N120°58′24″E /14.6114°N 120.9732°E /14.6114; 120.9732Coordinates: 14°36′41″N120°58′24″E /14.6114°N 120.9732°E /14.6114; 120.9732
Owned byDepartment of Transportation
Operated byPhilippine National Railways
Line(s) Northrail
Southrail
Platforms3 island platforms
Tracks6
Connections Victory Liner Bus Terminal
Jeepneys, cycle rickshaws, FX, taxis

Future:
Tutuban
Construction
ParkingYes
Bicycle facilitiesBicycle parking available
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeTU (commuter)
MA (intercity)
History
OpenedMarch 24, 1891; 130 years ago (1891-03-24)
Rebuilt1996; 25 years ago (1996)
Services
Preceding station PNR Following station
Metro North CommuterTerminus
TerminusMetro South Commuter
toward IRRI
Bicol Express
toward Legazpi
Location
Tutuban
Location within Metro Manila
PNR Metro Commuter
Governor Pascual
Caloocan
Caloocan Depot
10th Avenue
5th Avenue
Solis
Tutuban Railyard &
Tayuman Locomotive Shed
Tutuban
Blumentritt
Laon Laan
España
Estero de Valencia
Santa Mesa
Estero de Pandacan
Pandacan
Estero de Pandacan
Paco
San Andres
Vito Cruz
Buendia
Dela Rosa
Pasay Road
Estero de Tripa de Gallina
EDSA
Estero de Tripa de Gallina
Nichols
FTI
Bicutan
Sucat
Sucat River
Alabang
Bayanan Creek
Poblacion River
Muntinlupa
Magdaong River
Tunasan
Tunasan River
San Isidro River
San Pedro
Carmona
Pacita Main Gate
Golden City 1
Biñan
Biñan River
Silang-Santa Rosa River
Santa Rosa
Golden City 2
Cabuyao River delta
Cabuyao
Gulod
Cabuyao River delta
Mamatid
Banlic
Calamba
Pansol
Masili
Dampalit Creek
Los Baños
Anos Creek
College
IRRI
Current Tutuban station building.

The name refers to two stations: the original Tutuban station, which today forms part of Tutuban Center, and the PNR Executive Building, which houses PNR offices and serves as the current terminus of all PNR services.

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Tutuban station was built as part of the "Ferrocarril de Manila-Dagupan" or the 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 (121 mi) long at the time of its opening on November 24, 1892, running from Manila to Dagupan in Pangasinan. The Manila Railroad Company (MRR) was renamed Philippine National Railways (PNR) under Republic Act No. 4156 enacted after World War II.

In 1988, PNR evaluated the possibility of renting 22 hectares (54 acres) of land to Tutuban at C.M. Recto Avenue 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 President Fidel V. Ramos on February 21, 1994.[citation needed]

The following years have 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 the 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.[citation needed]

The Tutuban Station Executive Building was inaugurated on May 30, 1996.

Tutuban station will be renovated to become more transit-oriented and a newer station will be built for the North–South Commuter Railway while the 1996 station will serve only the Manila-Legazpi long-haul intercity services if revived.[citation needed] According to a presentation by JICA in 2019, the old station building nicknamed the "Heritage Building" will be once more included in a transit-oriented mixed-use zone. Therefore, the Tutuban Center Mall that sits in the area of the station will be removed. It will also connect to the LRT Line 2 for ease of transferring between lines.[citation needed]

L1
Platforms
Platform A PNR Metro Commuter towards Calamba (→)
Island platform, doors will open on either the left or the right
Platform A PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang (→)
Platform B PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang (→)
Island platform, doors will open on either the left or the right
Platform B PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang (→)
Platform C PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang (→)
Island platform, doors will open on either the left or the right
Platform C PNR Metro Commuter towards Governor Pascual (→)
L1 Concourse Ticket booths, station control, shops, depot, corporate headquarters, bicycle, bus, UV Express, jeepney, tricycle
  • Philippine National Railways seal

  • Façade

  • Vintage 0-6-0 "Dagupan" steam locomotive

  • Exterior of the original Tutuban station built in 1892, which today is part of Tutuban Center

  • Façade of the PNR Tutuban station

  • Platform 2

  • Interior of Tutuban Center Main Building with the existing columns of the old Tutuban station

  • Historical marker of the Tutuban Center Main Building

  • Iron Corinthian column at Tutuban Center Mall

  • Restored lobby wall of the old Tutuban station

  • Lobby of the current Tutuban station

  • Historical marker at the new Tutuban station

  • PNR depot in Tutuban

  • Façade of the old Tutuban station. Currently the Tutuban Center Mall

  • Tutuban Center Mall. Formerly the old Tutuban station façade

  • Tutuban station in December 2019, with an INKA 8000 class DMU parked in the platform

  1. "Philippine National Railways; Main Lines on Luzon". Geocities. Retrieved3 May 2014.
  2. "PNR in Philippine History". Philippine National Railways. Archived from the original on 19 February 2015. Retrieved3 May 2014.
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Tutuban station Language Watch Edit Manila station redirects here For the former railroad station in Manila Arkansas United States see Manila station Arkansas This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Tutuban station news newspapers books scholar JSTOR February 2016 Learn how and when to remove this template message Tutuban station also known as the Manila station or Divisoria station is the main train station of the Philippine National Railways PNR located in the City of Manila Philippines TutubanExterior of the PNR Executive Building on Mayhaligue Street which currently serves as the Tutuban railway station terminal Other namesManila Tayuman DivisoriaLocationPNR Executive Building Mayhaligue Street Tondo Manila PhilippinesCoordinates14 36 41 N 120 58 24 E 14 6114 N 120 9732 E 14 6114 120 9732 Coordinates 14 36 41 N 120 58 24 E 14 6114 N 120 9732 E 14 6114 120 9732Owned byDepartment of TransportationOperated byPhilippine National RailwaysLine s Northrail SouthrailPlatforms3 island platformsTracks6ConnectionsVictory Liner Bus Terminal Jeepneys cycle rickshaws FX taxis Future TutubanConstructionParkingYesBicycle facilitiesBicycle parking availableDisabled accessYesOther informationStation codeTU commuter MA intercity HistoryOpenedMarch 24 1891 130 years ago 1891 03 24 Rebuilt1996 25 years ago 1996 ServicesPreceding station PNR Following stationSolistoward Governor PascualMetro North CommuterTerminusTerminusMetro South CommuterBlumentritttoward IRRIBicol ExpressBlumentritttoward LegazpiLocationTutubanLocation within Metro ManilavtePNR Metro CommuterLegendGovernor PascualMalabonCaloocanCaloocanCaloocan Depot10th Avenue5th AvenueCaloocanManilaEstero de Sunog ApogSolisTutuban Railyard amp Tayuman Locomotive ShedTutubanBlumentrittLaon LaanEspana 8Estero de ValenciaSanta Mesa 4Pasig RiverEstero de PandacanPandacanEstero de PandacanPacoSan AndresVito CruzManilaMakatiBuendiaDela RosaPasay RoadEstero de Tripa de GallinaEDSA 3Estero de Tripa de Gallina MakatiTaguigNichols MMS FTI MMS TaguigParanaqueBicutanParanaqueMuntinlupaSucatSucat RiverMangangate RiverAlabangBayanan CreekPoblacion RiverMuntinlupaMagdaong RiverTunasanMuntinlupa Tunasan River San PedroSan Isidro RiverSan PedroSan PedroCarmonaCarmonaPacita Main GateSan PedroBinanGolden City 1BinanBinan RiverBinanSanta RosaSilang Santa Rosa RiverSanta RosaGolden City 2Santa RosaCabuyaoCabuyao River deltaCabuyaoGulodCabuyao River deltaMamatidBanlicCabuyaoCalambaSan Cristobal RiverSan Juan RiverCalambaPansolMasiliCalambaLos BanosDampalit CreekLos BanosAnos CreekCollegeMolawin RiverIRRICurrent Tutuban station building The name refers to two stations the original Tutuban station which today forms part of Tutuban Center and the PNR Executive Building which houses PNR offices and serves as the current terminus of all PNR services Contents 1 History 2 Station layout 3 Gallery 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory EditTutuban station was built as part of the Ferrocarril de Manila Dagupan or the 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 1 The railway was 195 kilometers 121 mi long at the time of its opening on November 24 1892 running from Manila to Dagupan in Pangasinan The Manila Railroad Company MRR was renamed Philippine National Railways PNR under Republic Act No 4156 enacted after World War II 2 In 1988 PNR evaluated the possibility of renting 22 hectares 54 acres of land to Tutuban at C M Recto Avenue 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 President Fidel V Ramos on February 21 1994 citation needed The following years have 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 the 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 citation needed The Tutuban Station Executive Building was inaugurated on May 30 1996 Tutuban station will be renovated to become more transit oriented and a newer station will be built for the North South Commuter Railway while the 1996 station will serve only the Manila Legazpi long haul intercity services if revived citation needed According to a presentation by JICA in 2019 the old station building nicknamed the Heritage Building will be once more included in a transit oriented mixed use zone Therefore the Tutuban Center Mall that sits in the area of the station will be removed It will also connect to the LRT Line 2 for ease of transferring between lines citation needed Station layout EditL1 PlatformsPlatform A PNR Metro Commuter towards Calamba Island platform doors will open on either the left or the rightPlatform A PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang Platform B PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang Island platform doors will open on either the left or the rightPlatform B PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang Platform C PNR Metro Commuter towards Alabang Island platform doors will open on either the left or the rightPlatform C PNR Metro Commuter towards Governor Pascual L1 Concourse Ticket booths station control shops depot corporate headquarters bicycle bus UV Express jeepney tricycleGallery Edit Philippine National Railways seal Facade Vintage 0 6 0 Dagupan steam locomotive Exterior of the original Tutuban station built in 1892 which today is part of Tutuban Center Facade of the PNR Tutuban station Platform 2 Interior of Tutuban Center Main Building with the existing columns of the old Tutuban station Historical marker of the Tutuban Center Main Building Iron Corinthian column at Tutuban Center Mall Restored lobby wall of the old Tutuban station Lobby of the current Tutuban station Historical marker at the new Tutuban station PNR depot in Tutuban Facade of the old Tutuban station Currently the Tutuban Center Mall Tutuban Center Mall Formerly the old Tutuban station facade Tutuban station in December 2019 with an INKA 8000 class DMU parked in the platformSee also EditPaco stationReferences Edit Philippine National Railways Main Lines on Luzon Geocities Retrieved 3 May 2014 PNR in Philippine History Philippine National Railways Archived from the original on 19 February 2015 Retrieved 3 May 2014 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Tutuban railway station Coordinates Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Tutuban station 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