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/ 05:00 AM July 31, 2018

On July 31, 1887, the cornerstone of Tutuban Railroad Station— the first railroad tracks in the Philippines—was laid in Manila by Governor General Emilio Terrero. The preparation of a general plan for a railroad in Luzon was authorized by a royal decree dated June 26, 1875. —MARIELLE MEDINA, INQUIRER RESEARCH



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