The Railways and Industrial Heritage Society of the Philippines, Inc. (RIHSPI) is a non-stock, non-profit group organized to study, encourage interest and educate the public about the railways and industry heritage of the Philippines.
RIHSPI is an association duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission of the Republic of the Philippines.
Category Archives: Heritage Awareness
Photographs from RIHSPI’s 350 MR Collection are being featured in the new Philippine National Railways website as part of its “History in Pictures” gallery. The gallery contains several photos from Laguna, Manila, Caloocan, and the Aringay-Baguio line in the early … Continue reading
The Asia Pacific Heritage and Tourist Rail Organization (APHTRO) will be having its inaugural conference to be held in Solo, Indonesia from June 7 to June 11, 2012. Everyone with an interest in heritage railways and museums will be warmly … Continue reading
RIHSPI and its projects were featured on the short documentary video entitled, Rolling Towards Progress. This documentary outlines the plight and challenges that railway heritage preservation faces at present. Railways in the Philippines have been in existence for more than … Continue reading
RIHSPI recently launched the pilot episode of its newest media project, the Reese Channel. It is hosted through the popular video-sharing website, YouTube. The episode featured the newly donated Japanese sleeper coaches of the Philippine National Railways and provides viewers … Continue reading
CALOOCAN– RIHSPI conducted an inspection of the PNR Caloocan Yard together with PNR consultants, Paul de Quiros and Gera Sison. RIHSPI Vice President Karel Brouwers toured the consultants to various places of historical interest inside the PNR Caloocan property. They … Continue reading