• William Raley

    Capital Transit White Super Power Motor Coach and PCC Streetcar at Peace Monument (1940s). These buses served nearly every bus line on the system. Washington had nearly 1,000 PCCs.

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Capital Transit PCC inbound from Glen Echo (1955).

Capital Transit Pre-PCC Streamliner. Starting from Deanwood, the 10/12 line served Rosslyn via Benning Road and H Street NE. The route was abandoned in February 1949 (Historical Society of Washington photo).

Capital Transit PCC turning onto M Street NW from Key Bridge (1955).

DC Transit PCCs at Navy Yard Car Barn.

DC Transit PCC at Union Sation (1950s).

DC Transit Streetcars at 14th and Colorado Avenue NW loop.

DC Transit Streetcar on Fan Trip.

Capital Transit Line Repair Car #050.

Capital Transit Snow Sweeper #020 (1940).

DC Transit PCC at 4th and Butternut Streets NW (Route 72) (Joe Testagrose Collection).

DC Transit PCC on 14th Street NW.

DC Transit PCC on North Capital Street (Route 80) (Joe Testagrose Collection).

DC Transit Snow Sweeper at Union Station. DCT had 41 sweepers.

DC TRansit Silver Sigtseer PCC and other streetcars.

Capital Transit Open Streetcar. Car was used on route 20 (Union Station/Glen Echo) (1937).

DC Transit Stretcar on Fan Trip.

Capital Traction Co. Fare Token.

DC Transit Fare Token.

Capital Transit Fare Token.

Capital Transit Fare Token.

DC Transit PCC on 8th Street SE (photo by R. Hill).

DC Transit PCC leaving C Street Underpass (Photo by R. Hill).

Capital Transit #1053 on Pennsylvania Avenue SE (Collection of: Joe Testagrose).