The hustle and bustle of daytime Market Street is but a memory as PCC car 1061 rumbles through the heart of a San Francisco night on the F-Line.
The day after Christmas is one of the busiest days for vehicle and foot traffic in San Francisco, as evidence here in the Fishermans Wharf, as PCC #1075 threads its way through the insane congesti... (more)
MUNI No. 233, built in 1934 by English Electric for Blackpool tramways and MUNI 130, built in 1914 by Jewett Car Co. for San Francisco Municipal Railway meet at the Ferry Building in San Francisco... (more)
MUNI PCC car No. 1079, painted in Detroit Department of Street Railways livery and MUNI PCC 'torpedo' car No. 1008, painted in San Francisco Municipal Railway colors meet at Lombard Street and The... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway No. 1 is one of America’s most historic streetcars, for it was the first publicly-owned big city streetcar in the United States. It was built in San Francisco by W.... (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.
It can be quite an adventure attempting to photograph the PCC fleet on Market Street during San Francisco's rush hour. The Washington DC painted PCC car rolls by between fleets of buses passing ov... (more)
MUNI PCC torpedo car 1008 rambles by the 'Our Silences' bronze art exhibition at the Ferry Building in San Francisco.
San Francisco is a city of people on the move. The momentum of commuters getting to where they need to be, by whatever means necessary, is captivating. MUNI PCC 'Torpedo' car 1009, painted in Dall... (more)
PCC streetcar # 1061 of San Franciscos MUNI was built in 1948 by the St.Louis Car Co. for Philadelphia Transportation Co. and came to San Francisco in 1992. It wears a very attractive livery in tr... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway car 1061 rambles along the waterfront at Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco.
San Franciscans are people on the move.
Packed with riders, San Francisco Municipal Railway car 1080 rumbles by Pier 33 on The Embarcadero. PCC car 1080 is dressed in colorful Los Angeles Transit Lines livery.
Early in the morning, San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1076 descends through Mission Dolores Park on the 'J' line approaching 18th and Church Streets. MUNI 1076 is dressed in colorful Washi... (more)
San Francisco Municipal Railway PCC car 1074 squeals around the corner of Noe and 17th Streets in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco. MUNI 1074 is dressed in Toronto, Canada livery.