Tim Jue photo via the Market Street Railway Facebook group.
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Happy 101st, Muni!
December 28, 1912, Muni’s first 10 streetcars paraded out Geary Street from Kearny to the Richmond District, launching America’s first publicly owned big city transit system.
Toy Train Layout?
Hot Holiday Gift Ideas at Our Museum
Hey, what if Mark Zuckerberg loved Muni? Hey, maybe he does. I mean, he now has a place on the J-Church!
Muni Heritage Weekend: Same Time Next Year!
San Francisco’s two "boat trams," originally from Blackpool, England, pose together for the first time on The Embarcadero during Muni Heritage Weekend. The new acquisition by Market Street Railway, No. 233, made possible by a generous grant from the Thoresen Foundation and a shipping subsidy from FedEx Trade Networks, is to the left, with No. 228 to the right.
Blackpool, England "boat tram" No. 233 arriving at Cameron Beach Yard October 25, 2013, following its trip from England. It becomes Muni’s second boat tram.
Comeback Kid … at 99 Years Old
Here’s the E-line America’s Cup Schedule
PCC No. 1006 where The Embarcadero becomes King Street, training operators for E-line America’s Cup service.
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