One of the biggest attractions of San Francisco is undoubtedly the so-called cable car.
Cable cars must be rotated on the handrails at the end.
PCC Car No. 1040 in San Francisco.
In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, Boeing-Vertol produced the US Standard Light Rail Vehicle. A total of 275 articulated railcars were sold to Boston’s MBTA and San Francisco’s MUNI. The LRV’s w... (more)
Painted in flashy red and orange for Los Angeles’ Pacific Electric, San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI) PCC streetcar No. 1061 makes the turn from Steuart Street onto Mission Street in San Fran... (more)
Two San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI) PCC streetcars turn from Steuart Street onto Mission Street in San Francisco, California, on March 9, 2006. PCC car No. 1061 is painted red and orange da... (more)
MUNI's Cable Car #11 sits at the Hyde and Beach St station.
MUNI's Cable Car #12 sits on Hyde St in San Francisco.
San Francisco Municipal Railway car #1006 on Jefferson St near Fisherman's Wharf. #1006 is the lead car of a ten unit order of double-ended PCC street cars that was built by the St. Louis Car Co. ... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC cars #1060 and #1080 on Jefferson St near Fisherman's Wharf. 1060 is painted in its original Philadelphia Transportation Company scheme while 1080 is painted in... (more)
MUNI's Cable Car #15 sits at the end of line at the Hyde and Beach St station.
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car #1015 makes a stop at the Taylor and Jefferson Street station. Car 1015 is currently painted in the scheme of the Illinois Terminal Railroad System (ITS).
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC streetcar No. 1050 turns onto 17th Street from Noe at Castro near the terminus of Muni’s F-Line on March 6, 2003. PCC No. 1050 is painted in a Muni green-and-cr... (more)
MUNI 1859, an Milan, Italy built streetcar rolls down Market St along the F Line during MUNI's "Heritage Weekend". This type of car is named for Cleveland street railway commissioner Pet... (more)
MUNI's Cable Car #3 climbs the hill near Lombard Street on the Powell and Hyde Line in the afternoon sunlight.