Lucena is a railroad station situated on the Philippine National Railways Manila-Legazpi Line. It serves the City of Lucena in Quezon.
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 reconstruction although works ceased after protests against the destruction.
- 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.