San Fernando Pampanga Station of NSCR Railway as of October 2021

Here’s an aerial survey of the Philippine National Railways San Fernando Pampanga Station as of October 2021. Have you seen the PNR Railway Project lately?

The San Fernando Station is a railway station of the Philippine National Railways situated in San Fernando, Pampanga. It was the site of a stopping place for Filipino and American prisoners of war during the Bataan death march in 1942. The old station is a historical landmark in the city.

The station has been closed since the ending of northbound rail services by Philippine National Railways in 1988.

The Philippine National Railways is a state-owned railway company in the Philippines which operates one commuter rail service between Metro Manila and Laguna, and local services between Sipocot, Naga City, and Legazpi City in the Bicol Region. It is an attached agency of the Department of Transportation.