Cable car begins the uphill climb.
A Muni LRV passes AT&T Park, home of baseball's San Francisco Giants.
A vintage PCC car, dressed in Newark's Public Service Coordinated Transport livery, prepares to stop at the Ferry Building station at the Embarcadero.
It's pandemonium along Market Street with people on the move at rush hour. PCC car 1055, decked out in Philadelphia Transportation Company colors meets the 1062 in Louisville Railway Company liver... (more)
A "Peter Witt" design street car, built in Milan, Italy in 1928, departs the Embarcadero area for the journey up Market Street.
Pacific Electric livery adorns PCC car #1061, rounding a corner in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood.
Vintage PCC car 1050, dressed in San Francisco MUNI green and creme colors stops along the Ferry Building at the Embarcadero.
SF Muni Cable Car 24 travels down the Powell Street line along the world famous Westin St. Francis Hotel, built in 1904.
N Jeudah train pulls out of the 4th St terminal, crossing over the new 3rd St light rail line tracks.
Double-ended PCC car originally built for the San Francsico Municapal Railway (Muni) in 1948. Painted as Illinois Terminal #1015.
SFMR #11 arriving empty at Hyde Street Station and #12 leaving with passengers.
Single-ended PCC car originally built for Philadelphia Transportation Co. (PTC) in 1947. It was aquired by Muni in 1993 and painted as a Brooklyn, New York trolley.
Single-ended PCC car originally built for Philadelphia Transportation Co. (PTC) in 1948. It was aquired by Muni in 1993 and painted as painted as Los Angeles Railway.
No. 16 was built in 1990 by the Muni.
A Peter Witt Streetcar from Milan, Italy.