S.F. Municipal Railway “O’Shaughnessy” Patch





M.M. O’Shaughnessy became the City Engineer of the City of San Francisco in 1912. He was charged with creating much the City’s infrastructure, including the new Municipal Railway. This patch honors O’Shaughnessy with the original SF Municipal Railway logo applied to all city owned streetcars for decades. In fact, many of the current fleet of the F-Line bear this logo today. Available exclusively thru Market Street Railway is this iron-on patch of the “O’Shaugnnessey” logo.

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Weight .06 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × .25 in