DC Transit PCCs at Thomas Circle. National City Christian Church in background.
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December 1943 || National City Christian Church on Thomas Circle || Medium-format safety negative by Esther Bubley || Washington, D.C.
December, 1943. “Thomas Circle, Washington, D.C.” Bubley, Esther, photographer. Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information Photograph Collection, Library of Congress.
Abandonment began with North Capitol St. (80) & Maryland (82) lines ending on 9/7/58. On 1/3/60, Glen Echo (20), Friendship Hts. (30) & Georgia Ave. (70, 72, 74) lines ended, and Southern Div. (Maine Ave.) Car Barn was closed. On 12/3/61, Mount Pleasant (40, 42) and 11th St. (60) were abandoned. Lines to Navy Yard, Colorado Ave. terminal, and Bureau of Engraving (50, 54), Calvert St. Loop, Barney Circle, & Union Station (90, 92) were shut down 1/62. DC Transit streetcars ended early on 1/28/62.
Capital Transit PCCs on 14th Street NW at Thomas Circle (1943).
Thomas Circle Artist: Esther Bubley 1943
PCCs at Thomas Circle (1943),
Thomas Circle photo
Interior of a DC Transit PCC.
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Who said European Americans don't use public transit? This is Barry and Bruce Gorsuch riding a streetcar at 14th Street & Columbia Road on the last day of DC streetcar service, Jan 27, 1962. Their great-grandfather was one of DC's first trolley operators in the 19th century.
DC Transit Silver Sightseer.
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This pin shows a streetcar used to take the tourists around our nation's capital. The photo is from August 28, 1960. The streetcars had A/C which the tourists appreciated during the D.C. summers.
washington dc pcc cars | DC Transit "Silver Sightseer" air conditioned car.
DC Transit Silver Sightseer PCC on East Capitol Street.
DC Transit "Silver Sightseer" air conditioned car.
DC Transit PCC Silver Sightseer Post Card.
DC Transit Silver Sightseer PCC.
DC Transit PCCs.
DC Transit PCC at Calver Bridge Terminal.
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DC Transit PCC at Calvert Bridge Loop (routes 90/92) (1960) (collection of Ken Harrison).
Calvert Street Bridge terminus for Routes 90 and 92.
DC Transit Streetcar on Route 20 at Peace Monument.
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National Capital Trolley Museum - Home Page
DC Transit 766 at the Capitol at night
National Capital Trolley Museum
Small museum with trolley ride
Trolley Museum, MD
San Francisco F Line PCC in DC Transit Scheme.
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No. 1076 in the rain Streetcar No. 1076 (built in 1946) Market Street San Francisco, CA
Streetcar No. 1076 (built in 1946) Market Street San Francisco, CA
streetcar No. 1076, market street, san francisco, california
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Repainted PCC representing 1946 Washington DC Transit streetcar #1076 running on San Francisco Muni. This was DC Transit's final paint scheme.
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In tribute to Washington's use of PCC streetcars, this ex-Newark streetcar currently running in heritage streetcar service in San Francisco wears DC Transit colors.
1946 Washington DC Transit streetcar running on San Francisco Muni
F-Line tram San Francisco
DC Transit PCC on Route 82.
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DC Transit PCC inbound at Riverdale Park Maryland (Route 82). Maryland Lines service ended on September 7, 1958.
DC Transit PCC on route 82 at Hyattsville Maryland. In 1958, route 80 was converted to bus operation.
Riverdale Park Trolley 1950's
DC Transit Snow Sweeper at 3rd and G Streets NW.
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Capital Transit PCC (1938).
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Washington, D.C., circa 1938. "Streamlined street car passing Washington Monument." Harris & Ewing Collection
DC Transit PCC on Route 50 (Bureau of Engraving - 14th and Colorado Avenue NW)
Streamlined Streetcar, Washington Monument, WA DC 1938
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Streamliner: 1938
San Francisco Street Car Print shows PCCs repainted for cities that had PCCs.
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Muni Streetcar. "Lines connect Downtown and SoMa with Golden Gate Park, the Mission and the Castro. Historic F-Line streetcars run from Fisherman's Wharf down Market St to the Castro. Fares are $2."
San Francisco Street Car Print! Rode on these last time we were there. Fun!
San Francisco Street Car Print! #SanFrancisco @BadgerMaps
San Francisco Streetcar Composite Poster (20x30)
San Francisco Street Car Print!p
Old streets cars on Market St.
Old school buses on Market St.
Muni Streetcar Posters
Wouldn't it be nice if the new DC Streetcar line purchased some surpus PCCs and added air conditioning with an attractive rooftop housing like the Silver Sightseer had. They could run along with the new cars as San Francisco is doing.
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DC Transit Silver Sightseer #1512 at 18th and C Streets NW (Potomac Park). Washington's streetcars were discontinued in 1962. They are making a comeback in 2013.
DC Transit's Silver Sightseer PCC was air conditioned in the late-1950s. The air conditioning equipment on the roof was much more attractive that the housing on Philadelphia's PCCs. Washington abandoned their streetcars in 1962 and this was the only air conditioned car.
DC Transit Silver Sightseer #1512 at 18th and C Streets NW (Potomac Park).
DC Transit Silver Sightseer at Potomac Park.
Capital Traction Co. #09 Snow Sweeper at National Capital Trolley Museum. DC Transit had 35 sweepers in all.