Built in 1948 PCC Car No. 1062 now honors Pittsburgh’s extensive PCC operation after spending its first 21 years in Muni service painted in tribute to Louisville, Kentucky which purchased but neve... (more)
Modern mass transit methodology meets vintage nostalgia during rush hour at Fifth and Market Streets in San Francisco.
MUNI car 1062 heads north at Noe and Market Street in San Francisco. This PCC streetcar, built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1948, is painted in the livery of Louisville Railway Company, which purchased... (more)
MUNI PCC car #1062, dressed in beautiful Louisville Railway Company colors, rolls west along very expensive homes on 17th Street just west of Noe.
This car is painted in Louisville colors.
Single-ended PCC car originally built for Philadelphia Transportation Co. (PTC) in 1948. It was aquired by Muni in 1992 and painted as The Louisville Railway Company.