Passing by the famous "Fisherman's Wharf of San Francisco" sign, Milan tram 1895 shines bright in its' orange colors as the sun comes out late in the afternoon.
Built for the town of Blackpool, England in 1934, this topless tram found its' way to the Market Street Railway in 1984.
The colors of red, orange and silver, inspired by the 'Daylight' colors of the Southern Pacific, adorne this PCC streetcar representing the Los Angles based Pacific Electric of the 1940's.
Muni 1010 travels the F Line along The Embarcadero while PCC streetcar 1061 follows closely behind.
The draw of the F Line are the vintage streetcars. Here several are shown at one time traveling along The Embarcadero. Muni 1010 is painted in the Muni colors of the 1940's.
Built in San Francisco in 1912 for $7,700, trolley #1 travels on the F line along Beach Street.
Sporting the colors of the Baltimore Transit Company, this streetcar rolls along Beach Street as a Muni Trolley #1 is close behind.
Built in 1928 this Milan Tram travels along the F Line along Fisherman's Wharf.
Painted in the colors of the Cincinnati Street Railway Company of the late 40's and early 50's, this rebuilt PCC streetcar sits on the F line in Fisherman's Wharf with a sister PCC.
Built in 1948 and rebuilt in 1995 Muni Streetcar 1015 is painted to represent the Illinois Terminal Railroad of the 1950's.