San Francisco Municipal Railway car #1006 on Jefferson St near Fisherman's Wharf. #1006 is the lead car of a ten unit order of double-ended PCC street cars that was built by the St. Louis Car Co. ... (more)
MUNI PCC torpedo car 1006 swings past the iconic Twin Peaks bar on the turning loop at 17th and Castro streets in San Francisco.
MUNI "Big Ten" PCC 1006 sports Postwar MUNI colors as it heads down the Embarcadero on the F-Line
MUNI "Big Ten" PCC 1006 rolls down Market Street near 10th Street, on a sunny winter afternoon in The City
A San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car dressed in Illinois Terminal livery marches up Market Street along a luxury condominium construction project on Buchanan Street. Car 1015 was built for th... (more)
A San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC 'Torpedo' rambles north along The Embarcadero at Pier 29. Double-ended car 1006 was built new for San Francisco MUNI in 1948.
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC 'Torpedo' 1006 meets Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board car 496 at Pier 33 in San Francisco.
Old meets new--MUNI's first true PCC #1006 meets then new LRV 1251 at Church and Duboce. The N line had been the first to use the new cars while, at the time, the venerable PCC's labored on the ot... (more)