1. BLOGGED: The Lost Lines

    Since the Bicol Express in now fully rehabilitated from a 6 year hiatus from typhoon damage caused by Reming and Milenyo, the Philippine National Railways has been experiencing a revival. Signs of these are the congestion in the Commuter Express and the daily operations of the Bicol Express Train (which has recently reached Legazpi, Albay again), and the Southrail might even reach the south end of Luzon at Sorsogon already.

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    oh pretty please T3T just do it already
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    The Lost Lines Since the Bicol Express in now fully rehabilitated from a 6 year hiatus from typhoon damage caused by...
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