Welcome one and all to the 'Philippine Railway Historical Society' blogsite. This site was set up to share photos, historical pieces, comment and virtually anything else pertaining to transportation in the Philippines, with a special emphasis on rail. Occasional we vary from topic, but this is the less serious side of the hobby shining through - cause sometimes, in this miserable and uptight world, we just take ourselves a little too seriously.

If you have a question Philippine railway related, just drop us a line, maybe we can help.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

PRHS Inspection

Last month, members of the PRHS had an inspection of the recently replaced Buendia station, before going to look over construction of the
replacement Dela Rosa station.
This was all part of a bigger day out. All of this will be
covered on this blogsite shortly.
I would like to thank the 'Philippine National Railways' for their kindness and support of this great hobby.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

It has been over a decade since the PRHS logo was last updated.
Today I was bored and decided to make the effort an improve on it.
Of course, the PNR fleet flagship 902 still forms the basis of it.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017


  Station along the Panay Railway (Iloilo-Roxas City).
It is believed to be a surviving station building on this long closed line.
The PRHS plan to survey the site later this year.

Google Streetscape - August 2016

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017


March 2017

Philippine Trip report.

A hastily cobbled together trip report on Manila.
NOTE: While the report does contain all the transport related guff that is expected, it is not solely a transport related publication.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

MAY 2017 - VERSION 3

Corrections and additions always welcome.

Compiled by Brad Peadon for the 'Philippine Railway Historical Society'
Image may contain: outdoor

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting

Friday, April 7, 2017


MANILA SUNSET has proudly supported the 'Philippine Railway Historical Society' for nearly seven years.. But now the owners have put it up for sale.

Cheap rent and over a decades service to Narwee (Sydney) and surrounding suburbs.