Market Street's OC (Oldest Car). Built in 1896 by the Hammond Company for the original Market Street Railway as a single truck 2 motor car, the present day historic preservation group Mark... (more)
Checking Your Clearances. 9 years ago today on April 4, 2012 Market Street Railway/SFMTA | San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency/San Francisco Municipal Railway car #1 was built in ... (more)
A dated photo under the wire. On April 4, 2012, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency/Market Street Railway 1007 (Red Arrow/Philadelphia Tribute) was operating in F/Market Street Line serv... (more)
The one that wears its original clothes. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency/Market Street Railway PCC 1071 is seen tuning onto Noe Street from Market Street on the afternoon of April 4,... (more)
Are you missing the green and cream already? SFMTA | San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency/Market Street Railway 1055 is in fact ex-SEPTA 2122. This car is painted in a nearly identical pa... (more)
MUNI 24 rolls through the intersection of Hyde and Bay Streets.
A light rail vehicle climbs one the many grades on the San Francisco Municipal Railway.
One of the famous San Francisco cable cars rolls by climbing the grade of Hyde Street as Alcatraz Island looms in the distance.
With evening approaching riders still stand in line to ride the famous cable cars of San Francisco.
Loading for another run. While evening usually brings smaller crowds there is still a wait involved to ride the cable cars of San Francisco but its a worth while wait.
As the sun just touches the top of the buildings at the end of the day, cable car #22 prepares to depart with another load of passengers. Rebuilt in 1956 and rebuilt again in 2017.
A gaggle of San Francisco's famous cable cars wait in line to keep on schedule departing every 15 minutes. The first in line was built all new in 1992 but the original No. 21 was built in 1887 ... (more)
The San Francisco treat is to ride these classics around town.
Round Trip Route Length:
Powell-Mason line: 3.2 mi
Powell-Hyde line: 4.3 mi
with a Cable Speed: 9.5 mph
the ... (more)