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).
MUNI car 1015 heads north along Church Street approaching the F-Line connector at 17th Street in San Francisco. This dual control streetcar was built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1948, and is painted ... (more)
Ridership appears to be good along San Francisco Municipal Railway's F-Line as car 1015 stops at Van Ness Station along Market Street. Historically, car 1015 was built for MUNI by St. Louis Car Co... (more)
Two streetcars, one PCC and one Milan Tram, pass at the point where the F Line ends its dedicated right of way in the center of the Embarcadero. PCC car no. 1015 is heading to Fisherman's Wharf w... (more)
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The roll signs on San Francisco MUNI's PCC cars feature several different destinations and phrases. My favorite is the destination 'Nowhere In Partic... (more)
Built in 1948 and rebuilt in 1995 Muni Streetcar 1015 is painted to represent the Illinois Terminal Railroad of the 1950's.