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  • “Castro By Streetcar” Mug

    Castro-mugs.jpg $9.95

    Our exclusive Vintage Travel Series features great images that evoke travel posters from a bygone era, and feature destinations along San Francisco’s historic streetcar lines. This image, by San Francisco artist John Mattos, shows the world-famous Castro District with an F-line streetcar, which terminates here.  This 11-ounce mug features the poster image on both sides, so no matter which hand you use to raise your beverage, you’re looking at the Castro! 

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  • Luggage Tag: “Cruise Via Boat Tram”

    boat-luggage-tag.jpg $2.99

    If you’re planning a cruise, or any sojourn that involves luggage, Take along a piece of San Francisco with you. This sturdy luggage tag features an image of one of Muni’s “boat trams”, built in 1934 for Blackpool, England, cruising past the famed Ferry Building. The two “boat trams” made their own journeys to San Francisco 30 years apart, both obtained with the help of Market Street Railway and now cruising a waterfront near the Pacific Ocean instead of the Atlantic. They travel well, and so will you with this cool tag.

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  • Streetcar Light Switch Cover

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    Ever just want to turn off Muni?  Or turn it on, for that matter? Now you can, with this exclusive light switch cover, featuring the last PCC streetcar ever built in North America, Muni’s famed 1040, captured head on by photographer Jeremy Whiteman. We’ve turned his image into a light switch cover that fits traditional single-unit wall switches. Perfect for a kid’s room, a hobby room, or any room you want to light up with a historic streetcar!

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  • “Museums in Motion” Light Switch Cover

    Switchplate-MIM.jpg $5.95

    Our exclusive Vintage Travel Series features great images that evoke travel posters from a bygone era, and feature destinations along San Francisco’s historic streetcar lines. The “flagship” image of the series is this one –“Museums in Motion” by San Francisco artist John Mattos — that brings back the days of “The Roar of the Four” from 1918 to 1946 when our main street, Market Street, had FOUR sets of streetcar tracks side by side. This image features four historic San Francisco streetcars from Muni’s fleet falling between the historic Flood Building and Emporium facade, still there at Powell and Market! We’ve turned the image into a light switch cover that fits traditional single-unit wall switches. Perfect for a kid’s room, a hobby room, or any room you want to light up with the historic streetcars!

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  • “Market Street Meet” 20-piece Puzzle

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    This 20-piece puzzle is great for little kids, with two different types of brightly colored streetcars: a 1928 yellow Milan tram and a PCC streetcar from the 1940s meeting on Market Street.  Put together, it measures 8″ x 12″.  

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  • “Celestial Nights” 100-piece Puzzle

    Puzzle-Celestial-Nights.jpg $14.95

    Our exclusive Vintage Travel Series features great images that evoke travel posters from a bygone era, and feature destinations along San Francisco’s historic streetcar lines. This image, created by artist David Dugan, shows the famed intersection of Grant Avenue and California Street, the heart of Chinatown! It adorns a 100-piece, 8″ by 12″ puzzle, great for kids, as well as grown-ups looking for a quick puzzle to solve.

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  • Muni Lapel Pin

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    The current logo of the San Francisco Municipal Railway (muni). Designed by Walter Landor for the new fleet of light rail vehicles beginning service in 1980. Pin measures 1″ x 1.5″ on brass.

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  • San Francisco Municipal Railway Lapel Pin

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    The original logo of the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni), designed by M.M. O’Shaughnessy. This pin 1″ round on brass.

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  • Muni Gray Messenger Bag

    messenger-bag.jpg $89.95

    This beautiful messenger bag is a very high quality, SF Made product from the city’s Rickshaw Bagworks. The colors reflect Muni’s new standard: gray canvas with darker gray piping and the famous traditional Muni “O’Shaughnessy” logo in red. This is a limited edition, made just for us and available nowhere else. Our highest quality bag.

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  • Ballpark Tote Bag

    Take-Me-Out-tote.jpg $14.95

    San Francisco has a wonderful baseball tradition, and for most of baseball’s history in the city-by-the-bay, fans took streetcars to get there. In fact, when Muni was brand new, one of the first extensions it built was a few blocks of track south on Masonic Avenue from Geary to reach Ewing Field in 1914, then the tops in ballpark design. Today, the Giants’ AT&T Park is considered one of the greatest baseball parks in the world, and it’s reachable by both Muni light rail lines and the vintage E-Embarcadero streetcar service. We created a poster in our Vintage Travel Series, by artist David Dugan, to celebrate baseball and streetcars, featuring a streetcar of the type that use to serve Seals Stadium on the 22-Fillmore line. (We rescued that streetcar, the 798 from destruction, and are now working to get it restored and operating again). This evocative image is now available in this 12″ x 14″ 100% cotton gusseted tote bag.  Premium quality construction with a 7″ x 10″ image of a classic San Francisco scene. Durable fabric and machine washable.

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