SN MW 302 was built in 1913 by Hall Scott in Berkeley CA for the OA&E as #1020. After merging with SN in 1928 this car was repainted with SN markings but kept the same number. In 1941, it became... (more)
The one that wears its original clothes. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency/Market Street Railway PCC 1071 is seen tuning onto Noe Street from Market Street on the afternoon of April 4,... (more)
A light rail vehicle climbs one the many grades on the San Francisco Municipal Railway.
One of the famous San Francisco cable cars rolls by climbing the grade of Hyde Street as Alcatraz Island looms in the distance.
A gaggle of San Francisco's famous cable cars wait in line to keep on schedule departing every 15 minutes. The first in line was built all new in 1992 but the original No. 21 was built in 1887 ... (more)
Built 1893 by Carter Brothers, The current standard paint scheme for Powell Street cable cars honors the very first paint design, displayed on Powell cable car No. 1. It is a simplified version of... (more)
Built 1952 and still operational this is a special streetcar in several ways. No. 1040 is the very last of almost 5,000 PCC streetcars manufactured in North America. It was delivered to Muni in 19... (more)
Originally built for Twin City Rapid Transit Co., Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, in 1946 (as car No. 330) and still currently operational this car’s exterior commemorates Detroit, which operated PCC st... (more)
In what looks like rush hour in San Francisco, California, is merely the end of the line as the Powell Street line terminates at Market Street. Four cable cars are lined up waiting their turns on... (more)
Oakland Mornings- Running side by side out of downtown Oakland, two BART trains zip past motorists on I-980. In the background is a ballast train parked in a siding, behind what I believe i... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
L TARAVAL EAST BAY TERMINAL 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)