Powell and Manson Cable Car line offers nice views with Alcatraz Island in the background on the 17% steep grade between Union and Green. Cable Car #26 was built in 1890 by Ferries & Cliff House R... (more)
Legendary Hyde Street near Russian Hill Park in San Francisco. Cable Car #11 was built in 1893 by Crater Bros. for the Sacramento-Clay line, rebuilt in 1980 and in 2018, now painted in the origina... (more)
MUNI's Cable Car #16 for Powell & Market line takes a brief break before heading out for another run at the Hyde and Beach St station.
Double-end Cable Car #58, which previously served the vanished O'Farrell, Jones and Hyde Line, is seen here on California Street, between Powell Street and Stockton Street. San Francisco's iconic... (more)
Cable Car #52 is climbing the grade on California Street, between Stockton Street and Powell Street. California Street's cable cars are double-end cars, a revolutionary design when it was introduc... (more)
A portrait of Cable Car #1 on the turntable at Powell Street. The flagship of the Powell Street fleet was built in 1973 for the centennial of the world's first cable car line. It has been restored... (more)
A San Francisco Classic! Cable Car #1 is the flagship of the Powell Street fleet. It was built in 1973 for the centennial of the world's first cable car line. Alcatraz Island can be seen in the ba... (more)
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.
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.
MUNI's Cable Car #15 sits at the end of line at the Hyde and Beach St station.
MUNI's Cable Car #3 climbs the hill near Lombard Street on the Powell and Hyde Line in the afternoon sunlight.