Beautiful sunset in the bay.
A pair of San Francisco Municipal Railway's fleet of old PCC cars layover at the halfway point as they turn on the loop on Jones Street near the western end of Fisherman’s Wharf. MUNI car 1059,... (more)
As the last light of the day fades behind Mount Tamalpais, across San Francisco Bay, San Francisco Municipal Railway Cable Car 19 awaits its time on the turntable before heading back to Market Str... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI) operates a fleet of old PCC cars down Market Street to Fisherman's Wharf – a great way to travel in this, one of Debbie and I's favorite cities! (We ended... (more)
A lineup of cable cars rests on California Street.
A PCC car traverses Market Street, with the Ferry Building in the background
A PCC streetcar, dressed up in Kansas City livery, is seen on the F Market.
SFMTA 1057 rolls down Market Street toward the bay. Acquired from SEPTA in Philadelphia, #1057 wears the tribute livery of Cincinnati.
SFMTA 1053 rolls down the Embarcadero. Acquired from SEPTA in Philadelphia, this one sports the historic livery of Brooklyn's streetcar system.
Along the Embarcadero on a beautiful day in San Francisco. MTA 1076 was originally built for the Twin Cities, then worked in Newark NJ, but commemorates Washington DC.MTA 1078 followed the... (more)
This streetcar was built 1946 by St. Louis Car Co. for Twin City Rapid Transit Co., Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN. Streetcar 1078 is painted to honor San Diego, which operated PCC streetcars from 1937 ... (more)
This streetcar was built 1948 by St. Louis Car Co. for Philadelphia Transportation Company, Philadelphia PA. Streetcar 1062 now honors Pittsburgh’s PCC operation.
Cable car 59 of the California Street Line is crossing the Taylor street on his way to California & Van Ness Sts.
Cable car 9 of the Powell & Hyde Sts. Line is crossing the Cestnut street on his way to Powell & Market Sts. Alcatraz Island can be seen in the background.
Cable car 9 of the Powell & Hyde Sts. Line at Powell & Market Sts.