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Antipolo is a station situated on the Antipolo Line.  It is the main railroad station of Antipolo City, Rizal.

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Antipolo was opened on December 24, 1908 as the terminus of the Antipolo line.  Railroad services ceased on February 21, 1918, the tracks between Taytay and Antipolo were later paved for a bus substitute. Bus services between Taytay and Antipolo station started on May 1, 1937.

The station building and its ticket booth sustained minor damages during the Liberation of Antipolo in 1945. It was demolished in 2017 to give way for the road widening of Sumulong Memorial Circle, the former tracks itself.


  • The station code of Antipolo is AN.
  • The area where Antipolo Station stands was also known as Siete Media.
  • San Jose St. were the station building is located, leads to the Cathedral and Municipal Hall (then a municipality) further down south.

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