1040 is the very last built of almost 5,000 PCC streetcars manufactured in North America. A Roger Puta Photograph
The people catcher is called an Eclipse Fender. A Roger Puta Photograph
A Roger Puta Photograph
The last PCC car built in the U.S. A Roger Puta Photograph
Originally built in 1948 for the Philadelphia Transportation Company, streetcar No. 1057 now serves on San Francisco's F-Line to Fisherman's Wharf. This streetcar is painted to honor Cincinnati, w... (more)
#14 descending to San Francisco downtown.
An inbound L-Taraval train has just turned off Taraval and onto 15th Street, about to meet an outbound train (going away). By the end of 2001 all the Boeing LRVs would be retired.
Wearing a tribute scheme for Pacific Electric, a Muni PCC streetcar turns off Market Street in front of the former Southern Pacific headquarters building. The car was originally Philadelphia Trans... (more)
A cable car has just topped the hill on California Street on its way out of downtown San Francisco in late afternoon.
Two PCCs on the historic F-Line meet on Market Street, crossing the J-Church line. Outbound car 1008 is an original San Francisco PCC, while 1062 was originally Philadelphia Transportation Company... (more)
It's the San Francisco treat! A cable car ascends Hyde Street, leaving Fisherman's Wharf behind as it approaches famous Lombard Street. Alcatraz Island can be seen in the bay.
This is a PCC streetcar. PCC stands for Presidents’ Conference Committee. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCC_streetcar
In Historic Trolley Car Parade. This Boat Tram served in Blackpool, England from 1834 to 1984.