Capital Transit PCC on Route 60 at 11th and G Streets NW (1950s).
Capital Transit PCC on Route 74 (7th Street Warves) (1950s).
Baltimore Streetcar Museum.
Capital Transit PCC at Takoma (Route 72).
Capital Transit St. Louis Car Co. Pre-PCC Streamliner at Friendship Heights Car Barn (1950s).
Capital Transit PCC turns on to 5th Street from F Street NW (Route 42 - 13th and D NE) (1950s).
Capital Transit PCCs at 7th Street Warves Car Yard (1950s).
Capital Transit PCC enters Bureau of Engraving Tunnel (1950s).
Capital Transit Streetcars at Friendship Heights Car House (1950s). The St. Louis Car Co. and Brill Pre-PCC Streamliners shown are among twenty cars that served much of their lives on route 30 and were retired in 1953.
Capital Transit PCCs at Navy Yard Car Barn (1950s).
Capital Transit PCC on Route 80 (Brookland) (1950s).
Capital Transit PCC on 7th Street at G Street NW (1950s).
Dupont Circle Underpass Construction (1940s).
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OMG! I had forgotten about the tunnels! One of the first streetcars enters the Dupont Circle tunnel just as construction was wrapping up in 1949.
I took a tour of the Dupont Underground yesterday, and I have to say, it’s amazing. It’s like to step back into 1955. If you haven’t done it, you really should. You may or may not know this, but the road that goes under Dupont Circle (i.e., Connecticut Avenue) wasn’t initially built only for cars. ...
Dupont Circle Closed For One Year on Monday (1948) - Ghosts of DC
DC Transit discontinued the Route 20 Cabin John/Glen Echo Streetcar Line in 1960. In 1961, this replaced the PCCs.