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Jeepney Photos Photos by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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Jeepeys Saturday Afternoon in Tacloban City Nikon D 70 Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.0010_resized

Jeepney Photos


Editors, bloggers and webmasters, if you need photographs of jeepneys for your publication, blog or website, you might want to check out my “The Samuel E. Warren Jr. I Love Jeepneys Photo Album on Picasa.


Jeepneys lack the debonair style of the American “muscle cars” and would never be mistaken for a foreign race car. Yet, the Philippines’ jeepneys are flexible, versatile vehicles that have the toughness of an American farm pickup, the useability of a small school bus, the reliability of a sedan and the originality of the most unique taxi cabs in the world – found only in the Philippines.


Internet surfers, feel free to browse the photo album to see if you can find any photos that you would like to download to use as a desktop background or to package as your own desktop theme.


You might want to check the photo album every few days because I like to add photos to it . . .after all,

“I Love HEART_Nikon D 70 Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr. 0008_resized Jeepneys.”



A1_Yamariza Jeepney on a Saturday afternoon in Tacloban City_Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.-01_resized




The Samuel E. Warren Jr. I Love Jeepneys Photo Album

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    • Meghan,

      Thank you for the compliment. Jeepneys are interesting vehicles. Usually they are “Artwork On Wheels.” I keep my camera ON around the jeepneys.



      December 8, 2012 at 12:19 PM

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    • Tony in Cape Town,

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    • Brandy,

      In a sense a Jeepney is the son and daughter of an American car. At the end of World War II, the US Army, US Navy, US Marine Corps decided it would be cheaper and faster to return to the States without having to load the “Used” vehicles back on the ships. Uncle walked away and left the Jeeps. Filipinos took one look at the old jeeps and thought, “I have an idea.”

      Sheet metal and a few hours with an arc welder and they had created “The Jeepney,” a taxi cab, that can serve as the family sedan, a farm pickup, a ton-and-a half flatbed, a utility truck or a school bus — all rolled into one. A Jeepney is no Pontiac GTO, Plymouth Barracuda, Dodge Charger, Ford Mustang or Chevy Corvette, but like a GMC pickup the Jeepney retains the tenacity, work ethics and aggressiveness of at least one American parent, (i.e. the US Army, US Navy or US Marine Corps).


      December 4, 2012 at 9:31 PM

  6. Hi Sam! Thank you for allowing us to use your photos. I am really in need of a photo of a jeepney. This is a great article too.

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