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Calamba railway station

Calamba Station
Calamba station exterior (2017).jpg
Exterior of Calamba station
Location Rizal Street
Barangay 1, Calamba City, Laguna
Coordinates 14°12′25.02″N 121°09′29.08″E / 14.2069500°N 121.1580778°E / 14.2069500; 121.1580778
Owned by Philippine National Railways
Line(s) PNR Southrail, Batangas line (abandoned)
Platforms Side platform
Tracks 2, plus 1 siding track
Construction
Structure type At grade
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code LA
History
Opened 1909
Rebuilt 2013
Services
Preceding station   PNR   Following station
toward Tutuban
Metro CommuterTerminus
toward Tutuban
Bicol Express
toward Legazpi
Isarog Limited
toward Naga
PNR Metro Commuter
North-South Commuter Line
Acacia
Caloocan
Asistio Avenue
C-3
Solis
Tutuban
Blumentritt
 LRT1 
Laong Laan
España
Santa Mesa
 LRT2 
Pandacan
Paco
San Andres
Vito Cruz
Buendia
Dela Rosa
Pasay Road
EDSA
 MRT3 
Nichols
Ninoy Aquino International Airport
FTI
Bicutan
Sucat
Alabang
Muntinlupa
Tunasan
San Pedro
Pacita MG
Golden City 1
Biñan
Santa Rosa
Golden City 2
Cabuyao
Mamatid
Banlic
Calamba

Calamba station is a station on the South Main Line ("Southrail") of the Philippine National Railways, serving Calamba City in Laguna. It is one of two railway stations in the city and it is a major station on the South Main Line, serving as the junction between the South Main Line and the Calamba-Batangas branch line which connects to Batangas City. It is also envisioned to be the terminus of the Commuter Express when rehabilitation work is complete.

Major landmarks near the station include SM City Calamba, the Calamba Central Bus and Jeepney Terminal and the Calamba Medical Center.

History

Calamba was opened on January 24, 1909.