Welcome back, F-line!

San Francisco’s famed (and much missed) F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar line is carrying happy passengers again. Regular service began on Saturday, May 15, with Boston PCC 1059 the first car to reach Fisherman’s Wharf, followed by Detroit 1079, as documented below by Matt Lee. As a bonus, the four-block loop through the Wharf from Pier 39 to the fishing fleet’s harbor at Jones Street, was back in service after having been shut down in Fall 2019 for construction on Jefferson Street, as shown in the photo above, by Jeremy Whiteman, featuring Philadelphia PCC 1055.

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Limited Edition: F-Line Muni Car #1 Resin Art Panel by Mike Sanchez

Limited Edition – San Francisco’s Muni Railway’s Streetcar #1 Resin Art Panel

Here’s a unique opportunity to own some sensational vintage streetcar wall art!

Celebrate the F-line’s San Francisco Muni Streetcar #1 with this fine art piece by San Francisco Artist Mike Sanchez. Each image is printed on an 8′ x 8′ resin panel mounted on wood and comes complete with hanger and bumpers. Artwork is signed on the back by the artist.

 

 

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Limited Edition: F-Line PCC Streetcar Framed Art Print by Mike Sanchez

Limited Edition – Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co. Streetcar #1060

Here’s a unique opportunity to own some sensational vintage streetcar wall art!

Celebrate the F-line PCC Cars with this framed art print by San Francisco Artist Mike Sanchez. Each image is printed on photo paper and placed in a black wood frame ready for hanging. Artwork is signed on the front by the artist.

 

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Limited Edition: F-Line Muni Car #1 Framed Art Print by Mike Sanchez

Limited Edition – San Francisco’s Muni Railway’s Streetcar #1 framed art print

Here’s a unique opportunity to own some sensational vintage streetcar wall art!

Celebrate the F-line’s San Francisco Muni Streetcar #1 with this framed art print by San Francisco Artist Mike Sanchez. Each image is printed on on photo paper and placed in a black wood frame ready for hanging. Artwork is signed on the front by the artist.

 

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Limited Edition: F-Line Milan Tram #1895 Resin Art by Mike Sanchez

Limited Edition – San Francisco’s Milan Tram Streetcar #1895 resin art panel

Here’s a unique opportunity to own some sensational vintage streetcar wall art!

Celebrate the F-line Milan Trams with this fine art piece by San Francisco Artist Mike Sanchez. Each image is printed on an 8′ x 8′ resin panel mounted on wood and comes complete with hanger and bumpers. Artwork is signed on the back by the artist.

 

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Limited Edition: Resin F-Line PCC Streetcar Art by Mike Sanchez

Limited Edition – Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co. Streetcar #1060

Here’s a unique opportunity to own some sensational vintage streetcar wall art!

Celebrate the F-line PCC Cars with this fine art piece by San Francisco Artist Mike Sanchez. Each image is printed on an 8′ x 8′ resin panel mounted on wood and comes complete with hanger and bumpers. Artwork is signed on the back by the artist.

 

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F-line 25th anniversary merch!

With San Francisco’s historic streetcars still shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we can’t take an actual ride to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the permanent F-Market line, but we can get some virtual thrills with these two new merchandise items, designed by Chris Arvin. Above, a poster with Chris’s iconic, er, icons that playfully visualize some of Muni’s historic streetcar fleet. Below, a pin featuring a PCC in original Muni livery.

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San Francisco’s F-Line by Peter Ehrlich

Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of San Francisco’s Fabulous F-line! Learn the story of the vintage streetcar line that has operated in regular service on San Francisco’s Market Street since 1995. We offer the choice of the 2014 paperback edition (278 pages) at $45.00 or the 2019 CERA (Bulletin #150) hardbound edition with dust jacket (324 pages) for $65.00. Both editions are in full-color. Author Peter Ehrlich is a retired Muni F-line operator and accomplished transit photographer who worked the F-line until his retirement in 2005. Read More…