Capas is a station situated on the Manila-Dagupan Line and later the Manila-San Fernando Line. It serves the Municipality of Capas, Tarlac.
Capas was opened on June 1, 1892. It was the site during the Death March where the American and Filipino Prisoners were transported via train to Camp O' Donnell in 1942.
- Capas is located 102.34 kilometers from Manila.
- Capas, like other Manila-Dagupan Line station buildings has a brick structure with a wooden station master's room at the upper level, although it was dismantled prior to the events of the Death March, when the Malolos-Tarlac segment ceased operations in 1989, the station was transformed into a museum dedicated to the Death March with a stone marker erected south of the station building.
- Capas is sometimes called as Santo Domingo.