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Lucena is a railroad station situated on the Philippine National Railways Manila-Legazpi Line. It serves the City of Lucena in Quezon.

History

Lucena was opened on February 10, 1913 with a wooden station building, the increasing number of passengers, inadequate facilities and the near completion of the Main Line South in the late 1930s led to the construction of a larger station building with rubble stones. The new station building was completed in 1937.

The stones on the western part of the station building were dismantled for its so-called restoration, although works ceased after protests against the destruction.

Informations

  • Aside from a locomotive shed, the trackyard of Lucena has a turntable which can accomodate large steam locomotives like the Santa Fe Class.
  • Like San Pablo and Damortis stations, Lucena was also enlarge for service improvements.
  • Two turntables used to exists at Lucena yard.
    • The first one, a small turntable for locomotives such as the Kerr Stuart 0-6-0s, was built during the Main Line South extension there in 1913, in a series of WWII aerial photograph of Lucena provided the US Signal Corps, the concrete pit is seen filled with water, the structure still exists as of 2021.
    • A larger one was built in 1924, replacing the earlier turntable.

First Lucena station.






Second and current Lucena station.





Lucena Station's Turntable




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