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Carmona

Location:

Brgy. Magsaysay, San Pedro, Laguna

Opened:

April 1, 1973

Distance from Tutuban:

40.3 kms

Lines:

Carmona line

Metro Manila Commuter Service

Tracks:

Tracks:

1 + 1 stabling

San Pedro-Carmona Resettlement or simply known as Carmona, is the terminus of the defunct Carmona line.  It serves Magsaysay in San Pedro, Laguna.

History

Carmona station was opened on April 1, 1973, the line was build to serve the ressetlement center of the squatters that were relocated there.


Marker

A marker was installed for the opening of the line although it disappeared as of 2011.


Philippine National Railways

This Railroad Branch line was constructed for the people of the San Pedro-Carmona Resettlement Projects as part of the Socio-Economic Development Program of the New Society as envisioned by his Excellency. President Ferdinand Marcos.

Inaugurated Sunday, April 1, 1973.

Informations

  • The station code of Carmona is CMA.
  • Despite being named Carmona, the station is located between the boundary of San Pedro, Laguna and General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite.
  • The last non-revenue train passed at Carmona around 2010.



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