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LRT-1 decorates 'love train' for Valentine’s treat

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Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) launched on Wednesday its annual “love Tltrain” as a treat for LRT-1 commuters.

“We hope that through this special display, LRMC can make our passengers’ days extra brighter and happier this season,” LRMC President and CEO Juan Alfonso said.

LRMC said this year’s display is about “Love and relationships in different stages.”

Three customized LRT-1 coaches feature different stages of love. The first one is themed “sweet first date,” the second is “sweet shabby chic,” and the third is “rustic themed wedding.”

The run of LRT-1’s “Love Train” will be extended until March.


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