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Information about Old San Fernando PNR Station

4.4
9 Google reviews
Type
Tourist Attraction
Location
San Fernando PNR Train Station - Defunct, 27 Mabini St, San Fernando, La Union, Philippines
Distance From City Center
0.7 km
Family Friendly
No
Average rating
4.4
Number of reviews
9

Old San Fernando PNR Station

The San Fernando Philippines National Railways (PNR) Station is a defunct station in San Fernando City, Pampanga. It began operating in 1982, with one of its most notable passengers being our National Hero, Jose Rizal. This station was also previously used to transport Filipino and American prisoners of war during the Bataan death march in 1942. Years after, the station was closed in 1988 along with other stations on the PNR Northrail as the North Main Line ceased operations. Since its closure, it has been converted into a museum and historical landmark that houses various artifacts and artworks depicting the significance of the railway in the Philippines' history. Among the exhibits are life-sized statues of the prisoners of war and one of Jose Rizal. 

 

Best time to visit

Travelers can visit the old San Fernando Station all year round as it is open daily from 8 AM to 5 PM.