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Pandacan railway station

Philippine National Railways
Trackbed and platform area of Pandacan station
Station statistics
Address Padre Zamora Street
Pandacan, Manila

14°35′24.72″N 121°0′30.72″E / 14.5902000°N 121.0085333°E / 14.5902000; 121.0085333Coordinates: 14°35′24.72″N 121°0′30.72″E / 14.5902000°N 121.0085333°E / 14.5902000; 121.0085333

Line(s) PNR Southrail
Structure type At grade
Platforms Side platforms
Tracks 2
Other information
Rebuilt 2009
Station code PD
Owned by Philippine National Railways
Preceding station   PNR   Following station
toward Tutuban
Commuter Express
toward Alabang or Biñan

Pandacan station (also Beata station) is a station on the South Main Line ("Southrail") of the Philippine National Railways. Like all PNR stations, this station is at grade. The station is located on Padre Zamora (formerly Tomas Claudio) Street in Pandacan, Manila.

The station is the fifth station southbound from Tutuban.

Nearby landmarks

Near the station are landmarks such as the Jacinto Zamora Elementary School, the Pandacan Linear Park, the Malacañan Palace and the Malacañan Park, and the controversial Pandacan oil depot.

Transportation links

Pandacan station is accessible by jeepneys plying routes on Padre Zamora Street and Beata Street, and Pandacan Transport Services Cooperative Inc. (PanTSCI) buses also plying Beata Street route to or from Sta. Cruz (Carriedo), Manila. Cycle rickshaws also drop passengers off at the station.

Station Layout

Side platform, doors will open on the right
Platform A PNR Commuter Express towards Tutuban (←)
Platform B PNR Commuter Express towards Alabang (→)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
L1 Concourse/
Street Level
Ticket Booths, Station Control, Shops, Malacañan Palace, Malacañan Park, Jacinto Zamora Elementary School, Pandacan Linear Park, Pandacan oil depot
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