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Main Line South Train that links Manila and Camarines Sur opened by PNR


The Main Line South or MLS journey to Iriga City has been opened and is ready to take rolling stock material from Manila and Bicol and back according to the Philippine National Railways (PNR).


This was after the PNR's inspection trip was smooth and successful on its train from Tutuban, Manila to Camarines Sur and back.

The train left Tutuban on September 20 to Camarines Sur and returned on September 23. The routes include San Pablo, Laguna;  Lucena City, Quezon Province;  and Sipocot, Naga City and Iriga City.


The PNR inspection team from PNR Operations Engineering, and Rolling Stock Management and Planning, were on board the inspection trip.

The inspection trip lasted for 12 hours and 44 minutes from Naga to Tutuban, three hours faster than the normal trip from Naga to Manila. The inspection was conducted in preparation for the PNR's Sipocot-Naga-Legazpi commuter service.

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