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10th Avenue station (PNR)

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10th Avenue
PNR 10th Avenue Station.jpg
The railway station before being altered due to the construction of the NLEX Segment 10.1. It was idle and abandoned until activation on August 1, 2018.
Other namesAsistio Avenue
Location10th Avenue
Caloocan, Metro Manila
Coordinates14°39′5.75″N 120°58′29.53″E / 14.6515972°N 120.9748694°E / 14.6515972; 120.9748694
Owned byPhilippine National Railways
Line(s)     PNR Northrail
PlatformsSide platforms
Structure typeAt grade
Disabled accessYes
Other information
OpenedAugust 1, 2018
Preceding station   PNR   Following station
North Shuttle
toward Bicutan
Metro North Commuter
toward Tutuban
10th Avenue is located in Manila
10th Avenue
10th Avenue
Location within Metro Manila

10th Avenue station (also called as Asistio Avenue Station) is a railway station of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) as part of Governor Pascual - FTI Line. Like all PNR stations, the station is at grade. It is located on 10th Avenue in Caloocan, near the original Caloocan railway station.

The station was meant to be a part of a revived commuter rail system, built during the term of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. After being constructed, no services to this station were ever provided until August 1, 2018, when it was opened for the Caloocan-Dela Rosa shuttle line.[1] The northbound line is temporarily dismantled to give way for further works in NLEX Segment 10.1, and is currently a temporary single-line track. It was the terminus of said line until the clearing and recondition of the rails in the Caloocan station at Samson Road finished.[2][3] The line has since been upgraded to terminate at FTI station, with this station no longer the terminus since September 10.

Due to nearly a decade of disuse since its construction, the station has been weathered and its gate barriers no longer functioning. It did not have running electricity until very recently, shortly after its reactivation.

Nearby landmarks

The station is near major landmarks such as the PNR Compound, PNR Caloocan Railway Depot, Poblacion Market, old Caloocan City Hall, Caloocan Central Judiciary Complex, La Consolacion College-Caloocan and Caloocan Cathedral. Further away from the station are the new Caloocan City Hall and schools such as Caloocan Science High School, Caloocan High School, Systems Plus Computer College and University of Caloocan City. Further east and west are motorcycle parts and shop dealers along Mabini and 10th Avenue itself.

Transportation links

The station is accessible by jeepneys plying routes from A. Mabini Street through 11th Avenue in Caloocan City.

Rail skates and rickshaws occasionally run along the line, providing an alternate source of transportation, though before the construction of NLEX Segment 10.1. This was the only line to travel to the Caloocan railway depot.

The elevated expressway for NLEX Segment 10.1 is located immediately beside the railway station, with neighboring houses demolished for the construction.

Station Layout

Side platform, doors will open on the left
Platform PNR Metro Commuter towards FTI and Tutuban (←)
Platform PNR Metro Commuter towards Governor Pascual and Caloocan railway depot (→)
L1 Concourse/
Street Level
Ticket Booths, Station Control, Shops, old Caloocan City Hall, Caloocan Judicial Complex, Caloocan Cathedral, Poblacion Market


  1. ^ "PNR Caloocan-Makati route revived". ABS-CBN News. 2018-07-30.
  2. ^ "20 YEARS AFTER: DOTr sees 10,000 passengers taking PNR's reopened Caloocan-Dela Rosa line". GMA News Online. Retrieved 2018-08-01.
  3. ^ News, ABS-CBN. "After 20 years, PNR's Caloocan to Makati line to reopen". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2018-08-01.
This page was last edited on 17 March 2020, at 09:21
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