San Francisco Municipal Railway tram 496 passes one of the more recognizable locations along Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco. The 496 was built in 1928 by Moore for Melbourne & Metropolitan Tram... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1060 squeals around the corner of Noe and 17th Streets in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco. Car 1060, nicknamed the 'Philly Cream Cheese Car' is dre... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1058 departs Market Street at Stockton on a quiet night in The City. MUNI 1058 is dressed in WWII era Mercury Green, Croydon Cream, and Swampholly Orange co... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1057 waits for auto traffic to clear The Embarcadero at Bay Street and Pier 31. PCC 1057 is dressed in colorful Cincinnati streetcar livery.
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1055 departs the Church and Market Street station on the historic F Line. Car 1055 is dressed in the livery of the Philadelphia Transportation Company.
During the busy late afternoon rush, San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1052 shares Market Street with bicycles, pedestrians, electric buses, and automobiles. Car 1052 is dressed the colors o... (more)
Outbound and inbound San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC cars meet at Church and Market Streets in San Francisco. Car 1052 is dressed in Los Angeles Railway colors while the 1055 wears the livery ... (more)
Captured during the late afternoon rush, San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1050 rambles up Market Street at Fifth and Powell.
A San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car dressed in Illinois Terminal livery marches up Market Street along a luxury condominium construction project on Buchanan Street. Car 1015 was built for th... (more)
A San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC 'Torpedo' rambles north along The Embarcadero at Pier 29. Double-ended car 1006 was built new for San Francisco MUNI in 1948.
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC 'Torpedo' 1006 meets Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board car 496 at Pier 33 in San Francisco.
Rio Grande's sturdy brick and tile roofed passenger station at Provo awaits the arrival of Amtrak's California Zephyr on Sept. 16, 1985. The structure was built in 1910 and demolished in 1986.
Rio Grande's Midvale Tramp wanders through dry farms of winter wheat approaching Welby Yard in West Jordan.
Classic Union Switch & Signal Searchlights offer the approaching ZLAAH stack train a clear signal at the west switch Champlin siding in Utah's lonely Tintic Valley.
Union Pacific train conductor David 'Elmo' Elsmore gives a friendly wave as the lucky UP 7777 prepares to depart Salt Lake City for the Intermodal Container Transfer Facility at Long Beach. Image ... (more)