B K A L TREN, TRANVIA AT LRT/MRT Images of Philippine Railroad Progress  from the Collection of Dr. Leonardo Q. Liongson D...
In the beginning …  Tren and tranvia evolution
A horse-drawn tranvia, introduced in the 1880s in Manila.   Source: De Jesus, E. C. (1978). "The Tranvia", in Fi...
An early model of the electric tranvia with open sides, introduced in 1903 in Manila.  Source: Manila Electric Company (19...
The Manila electric tranvia with closed sides in the 1920s.  Source: Philippine Commission of Independence (undated 1920s)...
The Tarlac station of the Manila-Dagupan Railroad in the 1900s. Source: Reinholt, O.H. (1906). United States Enterprise in...
Oil fueling of  a steam locomotive in the Manila engine shed in 1930.  Source: Manila Railroad Company (1931). Report of t...
A rail motor train equipped with a 96 horsepower gasoline engine in 1932.  Source: Manila Railroad Company (1933). Report ...
A rail motor train equipped with a 150 horsepower diesel engine in 1940.  Source: Manila Railroad Company (1940). Report o...
Rail Revolt - - The Train of War and Revolution
Japanese military officers aboard the Manila-Legaspi train at Iriga station, Camarines Sur, during the Occupation Period (...
A Central Luzon railway bridge, destroyed by Filipino revolutionary troops and later rebuilt as a trestle bridge by U.S. m...
Emilio Aguinaldo and his cabinet after the Pact of Biak-na-Bato, aboard the train in Calumpit on their way to exile in Hon...
Vehicle to Progress ?
The special motor train of Pres. Manuel L. Quezon during the inauguration of the Manila-Legaspi Line, in May 1938.  Source...
Pres. Manuel L. Quezon driving the golden spike during the inauguration of the Manila-Legaspi Line, in May 1938.  Source: ...
Photograph (ca. 1911, Negros Island) from the UPVM Archives
A special trailer with a luxurious dining compartment in 1930. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1931). Report of the Gener...
Passengers of the Manila Railroad in the 1920s.  Source: Quiason, S. D.  (1978). "The Philippine Iron Horse", in...
A logging train in Negros Island.   Source: "Camera Cruising in the Philippines." The National Geographic Magazi...
Railroad Crossing: STOP,  LOOK  AND  LISTEN !
The familiar España crossing of the Manila Railroad in Sampaloc district in 1932, without "home along the riles"...
The Caloocan road crossings of the Manila Railroad in 1933.  Source: Manila Railroad Company (1934). Report of the General...
Connecting Land and Sea
The railroad line to the wharf at Port Ragay, Camarines Sur in 1933.   Source: Manila Railroad Company (1934). Report of t...
Beyond the track …
Postcard (ca. 1900) donated to the UPVM Archives
Advertisement of the Manila Railroad Company.   Source: Glimpses of the East. N.Y.K. Official Guide. Eleventh Annual Issue...
Philippine railroad stamps.  Source: L. Q. Liongson collection.
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  1. 1. B K A L TREN, TRANVIA AT LRT/MRT Images of Philippine Railroad Progress from the Collection of Dr. Leonardo Q. Liongson D A A N G 28 August – 30 September 2003 Opening Reception: 29 August, 6:30 p.m. Forum: 16 September, 2:00 p.m. The U.P. Vargas Museum presents
  2. 2. In the beginning … Tren and tranvia evolution
  3. 3. A horse-drawn tranvia, introduced in the 1880s in Manila. Source: De Jesus, E. C. (1978). "The Tranvia", in Filipino Heritage - The Making of a Nation. The Spanish Colonial Period (Late 19th Century). The Awakening.
  4. 4. An early model of the electric tranvia with open sides, introduced in 1903 in Manila. Source: Manila Electric Company (1969). 66 Years of Service .
  5. 5. The Manila electric tranvia with closed sides in the 1920s. Source: Philippine Commission of Independence (undated 1920s). Beautiful Philippines. A Handbook of General Information.
  6. 6. The Tarlac station of the Manila-Dagupan Railroad in the 1900s. Source: Reinholt, O.H. (1906). United States Enterprise in the Coal trade of the Philippines. The Engineering Magazine, XXX(4), January.
  7. 7. Oil fueling of a steam locomotive in the Manila engine shed in 1930. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1931). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1930.
  8. 8. A rail motor train equipped with a 96 horsepower gasoline engine in 1932. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1933). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1932.
  9. 9. A rail motor train equipped with a 150 horsepower diesel engine in 1940. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1940). Report of the General Manager for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1940.
  10. 10. Rail Revolt - - The Train of War and Revolution
  11. 11. Japanese military officers aboard the Manila-Legaspi train at Iriga station, Camarines Sur, during the Occupation Period (1942-1945). Source: The Official Journal of the Japanese Military Administration. Volume No. 10. Manila.
  12. 12. A Central Luzon railway bridge, destroyed by Filipino revolutionary troops and later rebuilt as a trestle bridge by U.S. military engineers, in 1899. Source: Harts, W. W. (1903). Military Engineering and Civil Opportunities in the Philippines. The Engineering Magazine, XXV(5), August.
  13. 13. Emilio Aguinaldo and his cabinet after the Pact of Biak-na-Bato, aboard the train in Calumpit on their way to exile in Hong Kong, in 1897. Source: Halstead, M. (1898). The Story of the Philippines. The El Dorado of the Orient .
  14. 14. Vehicle to Progress ?
  15. 15. The special motor train of Pres. Manuel L. Quezon during the inauguration of the Manila-Legaspi Line, in May 1938. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1939). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1938.
  16. 16. Pres. Manuel L. Quezon driving the golden spike during the inauguration of the Manila-Legaspi Line, in May 1938. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1939). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1938.
  17. 17. Photograph (ca. 1911, Negros Island) from the UPVM Archives
  18. 18. A special trailer with a luxurious dining compartment in 1930. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1931). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1930.
  19. 19. Passengers of the Manila Railroad in the 1920s. Source: Quiason, S. D. (1978). "The Philippine Iron Horse", in Filipino Heritage - The Making of a Nation. The Spanish Colonial Period (Late 19th Century). The Awakening.
  20. 20. A logging train in Negros Island. Source: "Camera Cruising in the Philippines." The National Geographic Magazine, November 1944.
  21. 21. Railroad Crossing: STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN !
  22. 22. The familiar España crossing of the Manila Railroad in Sampaloc district in 1932, without "home along the riles" yet. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1933). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1932.
  23. 23. The Caloocan road crossings of the Manila Railroad in 1933. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1934). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1933.
  24. 24. Connecting Land and Sea
  25. 25. The railroad line to the wharf at Port Ragay, Camarines Sur in 1933. Source: Manila Railroad Company (1934). Report of the General Manager for the Year Ended December 31, 1933.
  26. 26. Beyond the track …
  27. 27. Postcard (ca. 1900) donated to the UPVM Archives
  28. 28. Advertisement of the Manila Railroad Company. Source: Glimpses of the East. N.Y.K. Official Guide. Eleventh Annual Issue, 1928-1929.
  29. 29. Philippine railroad stamps. Source: L. Q. Liongson collection.

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