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  • F-Line Streetcar Fleet Placemat

    Fleet-Placemat-Front.png $7.95

    This smaller version of our full sized streetcar fleet poster is laminated and double sided. One side shows the entire streetcar fleet while the other has a PCC streetcar ready for you to design your own livery using dry-erase markers. Perfect for kids of all ages!

    Measures 14in. x 9.5in.

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  • Streetcar Fleet Poster

    FleetPoster-web.jpg $17.95

    This new color poster shows all F-line streetcars in service or under renovation. From the 1895 No. 578 through Muni’s first streetcar, No.1, to the “wheels of the world” historic contingent, the Milan trams and the PCCs, it’s a streetcar feast for the eyes. Five more images than the last edition; 45 streetcars in all.

    The poster is printed on high quality matte paper and, at 36×24 inches, fits pre-made frames available in most large frame stores. A perfect gift — or a great addition to your own wall. Illustrated by David Dugan. Ships rolled in a tube.

    • Streetcar Fleet Poster
    • 36 x 24 inches
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  • Cable Car Fleet Poster

    CableCarPoster-web.jpg $17.95

    Our new poster shows the many vintage liveries now gracing the Powell Street cable car fleet (a project supported by Market Street Railway). These paint schemes represent five different owners of the Powell line since 1888, in a kaleidoscope of colors.

    The current California Street livery is also included, along with historic O’Farrell, Jones & Hyde car No. 42, restored with help by Market Street Railway. Complements the streetcar fleet poster in design and in the high quality matte paper. At 28×22 inches, fits in ready made frames. Illustrated by David Dugan. Ships rolled in a tube.

    • Cable Car Fleet Poster
    • 28 x 22 inches
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  • Historic Travel Series Posters

    TravelSeries.jpg $9.95$17.95

    Castro by Cable Car Poster Fisthermans Wharf Poster Museum in Motion Poster Cruise by Boat Tram Poster Take Me Out via Cablecar Poster Grace via Streetcar Poster Downtown via Cable Car Poster Celestial Nights Poster

    *Click on image for larger view.

    Our famous Historic Travel Series prints by artists John Mattos and David Dugan are exclusive to our San Francisco Railway Museum. This set of 8 prints is available as magnets and posters.

    Posters are 22in. x 28in. Sold unframed.

    Matted prints are 5in. x 7in.  in 8in. x10in. matte. Sold unframed.


  • 1945 San Francisco Municipal Railway Map

    1945ToursOfDiscoveryMap.jpg $12.95

    “Tours of Discovery”: This is a highly detailed color print of San Francisco Municipal Railway’s first map of the newly unified San Francisco Transit system, dated 1945. This new system was a result of a 1944 merger of all transit lines under city ownership. Bring home a piece of San Francisco history. Print is 18″x24″ and ships rolled in a tube ready for framing.

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  • 1984 Trolley Festival Poster

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    This poster (pulled from our archives, printed in 1984) was created by San Francisco artist John Wullbrandt to mark the second season of the San Francisco Historic Trolley Festival.

    It shows a group of historical San Franciscans, both real and fictional, riding westbound on Market Street between Stockton and Powell Streets, aboard 1934 Blackpool, England open-topped “Boat Tram” #226, followed by 1929 Oporto, Portugal streetcar #189.

    Poster is shipped rolled in tube along with a list of the Boat Tram’s famous occupants.

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  • San Francisco Historic Streetcars Poster

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    This is a highly detailed full color print of San Francisco’s most historic streetcars featuring five of the oldest San Francisco cars in the current F-Line fleet. Cars from both San Francisco Municipal Railway and Market Street Railway are featured. Ships rolled in a tube.

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  • San Francisco Municipal Railway Car No. 1

    Car-1-Poster-2.jpg $14.95

    This is a highly detailed color print of San Francisco Municipal Railway’s very first car, which went into service n December 28, 1912. Car No. 1 celebrated it’s 100th anniversary in 2012. Artwork by John Mattos. Ships rolled in a tube.

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