| █ PNR Southrail|
+63 999 818 2702
| Side platforms|
1 August 1908
| Philippine National Railways|
bkl 1 lot 4 anthorium st. barangay, San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines
Philippine National Railways
Pacita MG railway station, Santa Rosa, Golden City 1 railway st
San Pedro station is a railway station on the South Main Line (Southrail) of the Philippine National Railways. Like all PNR stations, the station is at grade. It is located in San Pedro, Laguna, within the city proper. Currently, there are 2 stations. The old one, now used as a PNR quarters, used to be the station where passengers can ride trains going to the Bicol region, to the former terminus of the Metro Manila Commuter in Biñan and Calamba stations, and to the branch line towards Carmona station. It used to have 3 tracks, one is the main line south, the middle is the sidetrack, while tracks nearest to the platform was the Carmona Line. From 2012-2013 the tracks of the now abandoned Carmona Branch Line have been dismantled together with San Pedro station's side tracks. A new station was constructed in a nearby location near San Vicente road and was opened in December 2013. There are currently 6 trips in San Pedro station, 2 northbound trips to Tutuban station and 1 trip southbound going to Sta. Rosa station, 1 trip southbound going to Sta. Rosa in the afternoon, and 1 trip northbound going to Tutuban station and 1 last trip for the day going to Sta. Rosa in early evening.
San Pedro railway station Wikipedia
San Pedro, formerly known as San Pedro Tunasan was opened on August 1, 1908 as part of the extension of the Main Line South from Muntinlupa to Calamba, Laguna, the old station was last renovated in 1972 for the launching of the Metro Manila Commuter Services led by President Ferdinand Marcos.
A new station with raised platforms, located west of the old station was opened on December 23, 2013 for the reopening of commuter services to Santa Rosa, the station reopened on October 5, 2016.