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Pasay Station is a station on the defunct Manila-Naic Railroad Line.

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The Wooden Structure still Exists.

                      




Pasay

Address:

Tramo St. cor. Lakandula St., Brgy 6 Zone 7, Pasay City

Opened:

March 25, 1908

Lines:

Naic line

Closed:

October 20, 1936

Previous:

Singalong

Next:

Maricaban








According to the map, Pasay station is located close to the Santa Clara de Montefalco Church, the railtracks crosses a street with the sign "To Fort McKinley" is Arnaiz Ave. today. 

Informations

  • Other than the Naic line, there are two Pasay stations on the Main Line South, these are the Pasay Road station and Pasay in Tagkawayan, Quezon.
  • If the line still exists today, It's station is located between LRT Libertad station and PNR Pasay Road stations, Libertad is the closest with a distance of 400 + meters while the farthest is 1.2 + kms to Pasay Road.
  • The Pasay R.R. Station Still exists today, and The Wooden Structure is still intact.
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