Cable Car 27 passes the original Swensen's at Union and Hyde.
The Muni F-Line PCC 1010 at the end of the line.
Classic 1969 GMC “Fishbowl” Muni motor coach No. 3287.
In the Yard
Muni PCC 1008 among Muni's more modern Italian Breda models.
PCC 1059 under the Ferry Building.
As Tears Go By
A San Francisco streetcar in the yard.
A San Francisco classic streetcar in storage.
Muni's 1941 trolley coach No. 506.
Wrapped Up In Confusion
A Muni L-Taravel arrives in the West Portal Station.
Running Over the Same Old Ground
PCC 1079 travels down Market Street in San Francisco.
1939's Muni PCC 1006 passes 1928's Fire Station #30.
Muni's PCC 1006 is a "Torpedo" PCC streetcar restored to its original 1948 livery.
Smile On Your Brother
Muni PCC 1008 and 1062.
Bright Metal on a Sullen Ground
Muni PCC 1055 stops outside the San Francisco Railway Museum.
And Whatever Happens Next is All A Blur
F Line PCC 1050 on Market Street.
Together At Last
1934 Blackpool boat tram No. 233 (left) joins Muni's existing No. 228 a week after arriving from England.
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