Caloocan is a station originally situated on the Manila-Dagupan Line and later the Manila-San Fernando Line. It serves Caloocan City.
Caloocan was opened on March 24, 1891.
A station located at Sangandaan was opened in 1990 for the Metrotren Commuter services.
A new station with raised platforms located between the first two stations was erected as the terminus for the Northrail-Southrail Linkage Project although it is still not used as of now.
- When the line was opened in 1891, it was the first stop after Tutuban, shuttle services operated by Diesel Rail Motors between those stations were later operated.
- A storage building named after Horace Longwood Higgins, the first General Manager of the Manila Railroad, was built beside the station in 1929.
- When the station was relocated at Sangandaan, the old was refereed to as MRR Caloocan station.
- The eastern side of the original Caloocan station was partially demolished for the construction of the NLEX-Harbor link.