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What San Francisco's Muni System Would Look Like With A Facelift | Co.Design | business + design

What San Francisco's Muni System Would Look Like With A Facelift

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. - See more at:

September 14, 1974 - The Transbay Tube, a tunnel coursing underwater through California’s San Francisco Bay and linking San Francisco and Oakland as part of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system, was officially opened. Via AASHTO


Forest Hill Station, Twin Peaks Tunnel

Muni Back to the Future | Muni Diaries

oject by photographer Jack Hinds that makes bus stops look sexy.. We never ever thought we’d ever see bus stops in such a way. But Jack Hinds has manged to find their hidden beauty and given us a reason to sit back an

Chicago El Train

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hole job could take more than five years, but the stations would remain open during that time.

njoy better days again — eventually. Consider this rather grim photo of ex-Muni PCC streetcar No. 1040, as it looked in 2009: