Media Category: Subic Bay

This category encompass, the former Subic Bay Naval Base,-Naval Station,-Naval Air Station Cubi Point, the former Olongapo Naval Station,-the prewar Olongapo Town and the present Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ) under the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA).

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Zf647 Hanjin under construction, 2007-10-27 The whole article: United States-based private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management has completed its takeover of the shipyard previously run by Hanjin Philippines in Subic Bay with the recent conclusion of agreements on the facility, government officials confirmed.

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Zf640. SBMA Chairman and Administrator Rolen C. Paulino (in white polo shirt) inspects the on-going construction of Magsaysay Bridge which links the city of Olongapo and the Subic Bay Freeport zone on Friday, March 25. He urged the contractors to expedite the construction of the said bridge as it delays the development of the Subic […]

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Zf636. Sad, but this is no more, we are looking from the Quinabucsan Valley towards the Agusuhin Valley, passed this small beach with many boats between. It is no more; all of this has become the Hanjin Shipyard.

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Zf635. Sitio Agusuhin was a substantial sitio, look at the houses and children. But this picture is special for two more reasons; my friend Jim is a retired Marine back in his old training grounds. Believe it or not that bucket is special! That product is from the large Belgium Consortium, Jos Husband is working […]

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Zf634. Sitio Agusuhin was nice lovely Philippine community, just a little better because of the nice beach, lagoon and valley surroundings, but it is all gone now.

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Zf633. Hey, I like this picture, I don’t look too bad. We are on the ridge dividing both valleys mentioned before. In this picture we are looking down into the Quinabucsan Valley and see the lovely beaches, lagoon and woods. Thankful, they are still there today.

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Zf632. This is an April 2006 images and I’m sad that this view is not possible anymore. It was nice beaches, beautiful lagoons, nice shady trees and friendly people. This is the quarry at Agusuhin Point. It is the ridgeline that divides the Agusuhin and Quinabucsan River Valleys. The Hanjin shipyard extended far into that […]

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Zf631. This is an April 2008 image, the ridgeline splitting the Agusuhin Valley was burned and friends and I took advantage of that and made a hike all the way up to the watershed boundary. We can see that Hanjin made a lot of progress in 2 years and the west north dry-dock is finished. […]

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Zf630. This is an April 2006 image of the Agusuhin River Valley, looking up-river or up-valley. One can clearly see, it is fed by two rivers, from left and right, divided by a ridgeline splitting this valley. We see earth moving equipment preparing the site for the Hanjin Shipyard.

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Zf629. This is a Google Earth image of the Agusuhin River Valley in 2006, the Malampayan Platform has left and the people are still able to live there.

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