Double-end Cable Car #58, which previously served the vanished O'Farrell, Jones and Hyde Line, is seen here on California Street, between Powell Street and Stockton Street. San Francisco's iconic... (more)
Cable Car #52 is climbing the grade on California Street, between Stockton Street and Powell Street. California Street's cable cars are double-end cars, a revolutionary design when it was introduc... (more)
A portrait of Cable Car #1 on the turntable at Powell Street. The flagship of the Powell Street fleet was built in 1973 for the centennial of the world's first cable car line. It has been restored... (more)
A San Francisco Classic! Cable Car #1 is the flagship of the Powell Street fleet. It was built in 1973 for the centennial of the world's first cable car line. Alcatraz Island can be seen in the ba... (more)
One of the biggest attractions of San Francisco is undoubtedly the so-called cable car.
Cable cars must be rotated on the handrails at the end.
PCC Car No. 1040 in San Francisco.
MUNI`s Cable Car # 3 was captured on the Powell-Hyde track. Cable Car is one of San Francisco's indispensable symbols - annually by about seven million passengers.
Cable cars are the inherent symbols of San Francisco. It serves mainly as a tourist attraction, but also locals use it to move around the city.
Hastily patched ex-SSW GP60 1004 and two other UP GP60s pick their way down Quint Street in San Francisco, on their way to the SF Bay RR yard to pick up "dirty dirt" empties.
Colorful PCCPainted in flashy red and orange for Los Angeles’ Pacific Electric, San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI) PCC streetcar No. 1061 makes the turn from Steuart Street onto Mis... (more)
Two San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI) PCC streetcars turn from Steuart Street onto Mission Street in San Francisco, California, on March 9, 2006. PCC car No. 1061 is painted red and orange da... (more)
MUNI's Cable Car #11 sits at the Hyde and Beach St station.
MUNI's Cable Car #12 sits on Hyde St in San Francisco.
Ex-GN observation "Appekunny Mountain" is wearing the garb and drumhead of an SP Daylight car as it beautifies the rear of the Worlds Fair Daylight. The train was parked at San Francisco... (more)