A couple of icons in the form of cable cars and the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, California. Market Street Railway Company, 1936-1944 Rebuilt in 1959. Exhibited in Japan in 1987. Complet... (more)
A pair of vintage PCC Streetcars pause at the Jones St./Beach St. station before turning back east for another run.
Originally built in 1948 for the Philadelphia Transportation Company, streetcar No. 1057 now serves on San Francisco's F-Line to Fisherman's Wharf. This streetcar is painted to honor Cincinnati, w... (more)
The view from aboard a cable car climbing Hyde Street and passing another cable car near Fisherman's Wharf, en route to Market Street, San Francisco, California.
MUNI car 1070 heads west along the Embarcadero at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. This PCC streetcar, built by the St. Louis Car Co. in 1947, is painted to commemorate operations in Minneapoli... (more)
It's pretty easy to find a way to get around when visiting the city of San Francisco. Try the ferry system, street cars, GO cars, BART, buses, MUNI light rail, taxis, rental cars, or even bicycles... (more)
A beautifully restored PCC in the San Francisco Municipal Railway's 1940s paint scheme sits in the ready line at the western terminus of the F Line.
Built for Milan, Italy in 1928, this trolley car was purchased by the San Francisco MUNI in 1998. In 2007, it was repainted into the green livery that the Milan trams sported from the 1930s throu... (more)
A restored PCC car painted as the "Boston Elevated Railway" at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco.
PCC Streetcar in Philadelphia's paint scheme. The Bodin Sourdough Bread Factory is in the background.
Single-ended PCC car originally built for Philadelphia Transportation Co. (PTC) in 1948. It was aquired by Muni in 1993 and painted as painted as Los Angeles Railway.
A Peter Witt Streetcar from Milan, Italy.