A Kenosha Electric Railway PCC car, still in its original Toronto paint scheme, approaches the METRA station stop on the railway's 1.7 mile loop around the Kenosha harbor area.
The urban right-of-way
The "Cream Cheese Car," nick-named for its Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co. paint job resembling the Philadelphia Cream Cheese colors, heads south along the Embarcadero approaching the Ferry Buildin... (more)
Another acquisition from Milan, Italy, car 1928-built streetcar number 1811 runs past the Ferry Building and the eastern edge of downtown San Francisco on a clear morning.
The rising sun is momentarily obscured by a cloud, bathing the Bay Bridge, Ferry Building, and all of San Francisco's wharf area in a soft golden light. Car 1075 was built for service in Minneapol... (more)
Waiting for the light along the Embarcadero
At the south end of the classic F line along the Embarcadero, one of the many SF MUNI PCC cars takes a break.
A 1948 product of the St. Louis Car Co., number 1015 (in Illinois Terminal livery) now plies the rails along the Embarcadero and Market Street carrying residents and tourists around San Francisco.
Seen here heading westbound past the Pier 39 area of the Fisherman's Wharf, PCC car 1059 continues to soldier on past its 60th birthday, wearing the paint of the Boston Elevated Railway Co.
The stately Southern Pacific Company building still graces Market St, seen here being passed by a San Francisco muni car in DC Transit heritage paint.
Double-ended PCC car originally built for the San Francsico Municapal Railway (Muni) in 1948. Painted as Illinois Terminal #1015.
Single-ended PCC car originally built for Philadelphia Transportation Co. (PTC) in 1947. It was aquired by Muni in 1993 and painted as a Brooklyn, New York trolley.
Single-ended PCC car originally built for Philadelphia Transportation Co. (PTC) in 1948. It was aquired by Muni in 1993 and painted as painted as Los Angeles Railway.
In Need of Some Serious Work