Rear view of a flyer on Market St. as seen from the front of a streetcar; the streetcar is probably a Peter Witt. The location must be between Hayes and Haight since the trolleybus wires are independent from the streetcar wires. After Haight St., the trolleybus wires move to the centre of the street and the F streetcar shares one of them. The trolleybus wires were installed in the event that bus substitution becomes necessary. In the early period of the F line, there not enough streetcars and trolleys would sometimes make certain runs. The 40 foot Flyers used '8' on their rollsign, but the articulated Flyers have 'F' on their rollsigns. To the best of my knowledge, trolleys have not appeared on the F line in recent times. Photo by Ken Josephson.
S^koda (ETI) 5402 and at Potrero Garage. Photo by George Chiasson.
Twin Coach loses its poles turning a corner. Photo by R. Hill. Submitted by Ken Josephson.
Marmon Herrington on 16th St. on the 22 Fillmore line waiting for a PCC on Church St. on the J line to cross the street. Back in the days when both Muni and the Market St. Railroad were operating, there four sets of tracks from 22nd St. to Market St., one for the #22 and the other for the J. The 22 is a trolleybus line today, and the PCCs have disappeared from this part of Church St. Photo by R. Hill, submitted by Ken Josephson. Date unknown.
Flyer E700. The Flyer seems to be relatively new. The flyer is at the end of the 41 and 45 lines at Lyon and Greenwich. Photo by R. Hill, submitted by Ken Josephson. Date unknown.
A Marmon Herrington at Van Ness and Bay near the wharf posing in front of the Galileo High school. Photo by R. Hill, submitted by Ken Josephson. Date unknown.
Marmon Herrington on Van Ness Ave... on route 47 at Sutter St.--routes 1, 3, 4. Later the 45 was converted to trolleys and made the turn here. In the '90s, the 45 was shifted over to Stockton St. Photo by R. Hill, submitted by Ken Josephson. Date unknown.
Marmon Herrington on the 21 turning onto California St. on the 21 Hayes at the former 6th and California terminus. The Hayes was cut back to 6th and Fulton in 1993 or 94. The old loop is now used by the 4 Sutter. Photo by R. Hill, submitted by Ken Josephson. Date unknown.
A Marmon Herrington shares the street with a PCC on what could be Church St. between Market St. and 16th St. If so, the Marmon is on the 22, and the PCC on the J. Photo by R. Hill, submitted by Ken Josephson. Date unknown.
Flyer 5167 on Market St. at the Hyatt Hotel near California St. Photo by Bob Rathke. 12 AU 2000.
MSR Twin Coach 50, ex-Seattle 614, né 836 on Arguello at Geary St. This coach belongs to the "Market Street Railroad"--a museum group. #50 is painted similar to the original MRS colours. The coach was on a fan trip but it never completed the trip as it broke down. It has not run since. The rollsign, which is illegible, is incorrect for the 33 Stanyan. The fan trip was celebrating the opening of the extension of the 33 to California St. Courtesy SFMuniHistory, photo by Peter Ehrlich. 6 FE 1988.
ETI (S^koda) 5401 being tested northbound on the 22 Fillmore at Market and Church St. Courtesy SFMuniHistory, photo by Peter Ehrlich. DE 1989.
Articulated ETI (S^koda) 7101 being tested southbound on Castro at 18th St (route 24). Courtesy SFMuniHistory, photo by Peter Ehrlich. DE 1989.
On 2 JL 1940 Muni created the R line, the date of this photograph. Overhead was strung, but a lawsuit prevented the new line from using trolleys until 1941. In the meanwhile Muni ran 4 White buses. The overhead for the new line can be seen in the picture. This is probably one of the first pictures of Muni's entrance into the electric trolleybus business. Courtesy SFMuniHistory. Photographer unknown.
Marmon-Herrington 776, the only preseved MH by Muni on a fan trip, on Crescent St. past Murray St. 21 AU 83, the last day of service on the 9 Richland. Photo by Paul Ward.
The four "Market Street Railroad" Twinc coaches bought from Seattle, parked at Presidio Garage.
The last day of streetcar service on route F. The streetcar is about to enter the Stockton St. Tunnel. Note the trolleybus wires, of which the streetcar is using, and that the wire is tied of at the tunnel entrance. It was installed in the tunnel the next day. Trolley service started two days later. Courtesy SFMuniHistory. Photo by.