Passing all the local landmarks, a PCC streetcar approaches the Taylor Street stop on Jones Street at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California, on the afternoon of March 6, 2003. The yellow ... (more)
Four streetcars jam up on Jones Street at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California, on March 6, 2003. The first two cars are Milan Trams, leading two PCC cars in historic liveries, and opera... (more)
MUNI PCC streetcar No. 1007 takes the corner from Jefferson Street to Jones at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California, on March 6, 2003. The double-ended PCC car originally built for MUNI ... (more)
After receiving a bulky "dirty dirt" consist from the UP, the SF Belt fired up one of their two Alco S2 switchers to move some cars around. Here, they are shown running light on pier 96 ... (more)
The last PCC streetcar rolled out of the St. Louis Car Company plant in 1951, so San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC 1165 was built sometime before that. By the time car 1165 was photographed on ... (more)
Municipal Railway PCC 1117 rolls to a stop in San Francisco, California, on September 2nd, 1978. MUNI 1117 is operating on the railway's K Ingleside line, which mainly serves the West Portal and ... (more)
This is a PCC streetcar. PCC stands for Presidents’ Conference Committee. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCC_streetcar
In Historic Trolley Car Parade. This Boat Tram served in Blackpool, England from 1834 to 1984.
This is PCC car which stands for Presidents’ Conference Committee streetcar. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCC_streetcar
Tram 106 in the Historic MUNI Trolley Parade. It was built in 1922 in Russia.
#1 was built in 1912 in San Francisco by W. L. Holman for $7,700, part of MUNI’s first order of ten streetcars. Photo taken during a Historic Trolley Car Parade in April 1992.
Locomotives at the SP Bayshore roundhouse.
One of SP's GP's near the Bayshore round house. My first love was the Milwaukee but the SP ran a close second. The few times that I was out on the west coast back in the 70's always found me on th... (more)