San Francisco Municipal Railway car 1061 rambles along the waterfront at Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco.
A southbound commuter charges out of San Francisco at the beginning of rush hour with an F40 in the lead. The first stretch of running out of 5th and Townsend depot is under the 101 Freeway. After... (more)
MUNI PCC 1061 sports Pacific Electric colors as it heads into The Ferry Building stop along The Embarcadero
With its flanges screaming from the tight curve, MUNI PCC 1060 in Philadelphia 1938 paint leaves The Embarcadero and heads for Steuart Street
Leaving The Embarcadero, MUNI PCC 1075 sports Cleveland colors as it makes a tight curve to head onto Steuart Street
MUNI PCC 1073 sports El Paso colors as it passes the Walgreens at Jones and Beach Street
With The Ferry Building clock tower as a backdrop, PCC 1078 sports San Diego colors, as it leaves The Embarcadero and heads for Steuart Street
MUNI 1040 holds the distinction of being the last PCC ever built, and in 2014, at the age of 62, this venerable streetcar can still be found doing what it was built to do, here we see it approachi... (more)
Fellow railfan Ken Rattenne and I pooled our flashbulbs and spent the night of April 15, 1987 shooting Operation Lifesaver engines SP E9 6051, WP F7 913 and UP E9 951 on the San Francisco Belt Rai... (more)
Caltrain's freshly repainted leased SP GP9 3187 displayed on San Francisco Belt Railroad's now-removed tracks along The Embarcadero. The engine was spotted below Coit Tower high atop Telegraph Hil... (more)
Cable car climbs on the California Street. On the right track you see a 'false' cable car with rubber wheels
LRV's beginning to replace PCC's
Looking down the California Steet from Nob Hill we see car 59 cross the Powell & Mason cable car line. Two more cars are way down at the other end of the street.
San Franciscans are people on the move.
Packed with riders, San Francisco Municipal Railway car 1080 rumbles by Pier 33 on The Embarcadero. PCC car 1080 is dressed in colorful Los Angeles Transit Lines livery.