Milan Tram no. 1807 has no problem keeping up with traffic as it travels down the Embarcadero. This car was heavily damaged on August 4, 2008 when it was rear ended by PCC car no. 1061, injuring ... (more)
Running on a dedicated right of way along the San Francisco waterfront, car no. 1010 heads towards Fisherman's Wharf. This car was built in 1948 for the San Franciso MUNI and is painted in MUNI's... (more)
An older CalTrain F40PH rests next to a new MP36PH-3S at the San Francisco Terminal.
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)
Two California Street cable cars cross Davis Street near the eastern terminus of the line. The car in the foreground, #49, is heading for Van Ness while the car in the distance, #50, is bound for... (more)
Acquired by MUNI in 1993, this PCC car was first built for Philadelphia in 1947. It operated there until 1992 and upon being rebuilt by MUNI in 1994, it was painted to honor the Brooklyn & Queens... (more)
At the beginning of the morning rush in downtown San Francisco, a cable car heads west at Montgomery Street. This is a California Cable Car, running on California Street and heading towards the M... (more)
Ask Motorman For Terminal
The roll signs on San Francisco MUNI's PCC cars feature several different destinations and phrases. My favorite is the destination 'Nowhere In Partic... (more)
Despite numerous advances in technology over the years, not much has changed in the way San Francisco's cable cars operate since they were first built. Here, two crew members manually turn a Powe... (more)
Originally built for the Phildelphia Transportation Company (PTC) in 1948, this PCC survived through the SEPTA years until its retirement in 1992. Acquired and rebuilt by San Francisco MUNI in 19... (more)
Welcome To The Rock!
With the island of Alcatraz and San Francisco Bay in the background, a southbound Powell-Hyde cable car climbs Russian Hill. This car originated at Fisher... (more)
In the shadow of the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge, a Balboa Park bound K Train dives into the tunnel that will take it beneath the city of San Francisco.
Painted to honor Pacific Electric, this PCC car was built in 1948 for the Philadelphia Transportation Company, where it operated until 1989. Formerly SEPTA no. 2116, it was acquired by MUNI in 19... (more)
Can you spot the difference between the two F40s? 918 is an F40PH-2 while 922 is an F40PH-2C. The train on the right, lead by 918, will be the first after... (more)
Train 264, a limited stop local to San Jose, prepares to depart the San Francisco CalTrain Terminal.