Tag: SBFZ

SBFZ Perimeter Walk 22-11-22

Zg008. Pictures #045 to 065 are from my side trip to Brgy. Tipo. First of all we get a great view of the massive development/investment of the Xantheng Corp. thru their Tipo Hightech ECO Park Company. They have spread out from the SBFZ Tipo Gate at left to the Familiar Hill at right. We also […]

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Subic Bay Area Random Shots Oct.-Dec. 2021

Zf481. 004 This is one random shot of the Subic Bay area in the Oct.-Dec. 2021 time frame. This is an important item; the Sit n Bull Restaurant in Barangay Barretto moved, it is now along the National Highway, next to the entrance of Dell Pilar Street and in the same complex where the Dryden […]

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Subic Bay News as of 2021-06-10

Zf173. U.S. Navy ship in Subic Bay on the 10th of June 2021. This is the first foreign Navy ship I saw in 7 month, since Nov. 21 2020 when I returned to the Philippines. Before I left the Philippines on the 19th of Nov. 2019, MSC ships came regular to Subic Bay, even Navy […]

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Kalaklan Point & SBFZ Kalaklan Gate area 2019-03-14

Ze419. (-01) I start this album with 5 maps or images; this is a recent Google Earth image of the Kalaklan Point area in Olongapo and the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ) Kalaklan Gate area. ———————————————– On this walk, the 14th of March 2019 I first took some pictures of the Kalaklan Point area in […]

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Submarine Base Subic Bay

Zc754. This is the Navy Yard in Olongapo 1926; it seems the yard was located exactly where the Subic Bay Ship Repair Facility (SRF) was established during the Viet Nam War. That is the area of the Rivera Wharf now-a-days; 4 submarines are in a nest alongside the wharf. This picture was sent to me […]

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Heavy Rains 22nd July 2018 in Subic Bay

On the 24th of July 2018 I took a walk from Barrio Barretto, thru SBFZ, the former Naval Base and then walked to the Olongapo Market. On the 25th July I walked thru Barrio Barretto. These pictures were shot during these two walks. Heavy rainfall floods 16 villages in Olongapo By: Joanna Aglibot – @inquirerdotnet […]

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