Tutuban Railway Station
Manila’s central railway station. The original Tutuban Station along Calle Azcarraga (C.M. Recto Avenue) was built in 1887.
It was designed by Juan Jose Hervas Arizmendi, Manila’s municipal architect at the time. From Tutuban, railways stretched out to different places across Luzon.
Tutuban station was used by trains until the 1990s, when it was privatized along with other surrounding railway properties.
Today, the station is partially preserved as part of the Tutuban Center Mall.
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