Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Cavite Line



The Cavite line of the Manila Railroad Company branched at the end of the South Superhighway and goes straight towards the back of St. Scholastica's College and to Pasay (Tramo Road). EDSA and Manila Intenational Airport were constructed across the railroad track (both were constructed after the closure of the line). The Cavite line in Parañaque and Las Piñas is also called Tramo road.

The Manila Electric Railroad (Pasig Line)can also be seen above. Please click on the picture for bigger view.

1908 Cavite line stations are as follows:

1. Manila
2. San Lazaro
3. Santa Mesa
4. Pandacan
5. Paco
6. Singalong
7. Pasay
8. Maricaban
9. Pildera
10. Parañaque
11. Las Piñas
12. Zapote
13. Bacoor
14. Binacayan
15. Cavite Viejo
16. San Juan
17. Noveleta
18. Caridad
19. San Roque
20. Cavite

4 comments:

JOHN PAUL WARNE said...

It would be nice if they resurrect the abandoned Manila-Naic line from Paco till NAIA, and make the railtracks go over EDSA and then pick up and drop off passengers at the still unopened NAIA 3. LIkewise, from NAIA, it can continue getting reconctructed till Naic.

They could likewise construct a spur line branching out from Main Line South as a wye at FTI or Nichols, and head straight for NAIA to drop off and pick up passengers.

imuseno native said...

I can't see the actual ROW of the Cavite Line if I pass on Bgy. Tramo in Kawit Cavite, even in Binakayan! I think it can be revived up to Cavite City up to Sangley point for the Navy and servicemen I think.

imuseno said...

At Last I have finally found the ROW in person. The ROW is in the Binakayan public market.

Louie Miranda said...

imuseno, can you provide location where you saw it in person? I am interested to take photos of it.

thanks