Removal of streetcar tracks on Third Avenue, Seattle Washington - 1943
Market St @ Clayton St Streetcar Switchback in 1917 vs. Today
Americans, what's your favorite mode of urban public transit? Bus, BRT, Streetcar, Light rail, Heavy Rail/Subway, Monorail, or something else?
General Motors streetcar conspiracy is history, right?
Automobiles, Streetcars, and Steam on The Islais Creek Bridge! (1930s?) (Author: Phillip Hoffman & San Francisco Public Library)
PCC Streetcar - Kenosha, WI
10-Line Streetcar at Diamond St & Chenery St in 1940 vs. Today [#9]
WCGW if I take a streetcar tunnel with my car?
Next step will be priming and painting. My O-ish Birney Streetcar modelled after BCER 400, which operated in Victoria, British Columbia, and now operates in Nelson. reddit.com/gallery/lkrqva
100 Years Ago Today [February 8, 1921] Streetcar strike riots occur in Albany, where streetcar operating companies call in strike-breakers to drive the cars. The scabs are badly stoned and beaten; state police are called in to quell the unrest.
ITAP of a man on a streetcar
I’m so proud of my (sound inclusive) campsite! Just gotta save up for the streetcar city background and it’ll be perfect! v.redd.it/pz9dbnv5qqe61
Does anyone here kinda miss the old TTC streetcar?
I saw a picture of someone on it and damn, nostalgia hit me.
It might look dirty, ugly, and it had so many individual seats. Sometimes, it had a pungent odour that made you wanna puke.
But I still remember it bringing me around the city when I was in elementary and high school and being able to see the driver clearly and thanking them when I get off. Also that ugly font of the sign at the top of the streetcar that would say where it would be heading "512 St Clair Stn"... Man, the old streetcar brings back a lot of good memories.
While the new streetcar is definitely an upgrade, it doesn’t have the charm of the old streetcar.
Westville's business district along Whalley Avenue's streetcar line is shown in this image, looking east from near Central Avenue in 1930. Am old-timer gazes at utility workers in the road. Two youngsters embrace each other as they stroll on the left side of the photo.
2010 Proposed DC Streetcar System (only a small portion was built on H St NW, the rest of the project was scrapped)
Quick design — unofficial Kansas City, Missouri, streetcar transit diagram including planned extensions. Have fun! Constructive feedback is appreciated. — Chris
Streetcar outside North Gate, 1947 (colorized)
Went out to check out the testing of the new streetcar!
A couple of Portland Streetcars between runs at the depot under the I-405 freeway between the Pearl and Nob Hill Neighborhoods in Portland. reddit.com/gallery/l7gtdw
Melbourne's Tram Network in comparison to the streetcar networks of the U.S.
Streetcars through Oldtown
Went out in the snowstorm last night and managed to grab this shot of a Toronto streetcar
I have never bought a terrain before but when I saw the streetcar in the preview of the new terrain, I couldn’t resist! Enjoy this GIF! 🚃 v.redd.it/v0husrlkt7e61
Streetcar Terminal, Oklahoma City, 1939 (Photo by Russell Lee)
What do you think of an RPA style Manhattan streetcar for crosstown buses?
Toronto has a fantastic streetcar system, what do you think of a streetcar replacing the crosstown buses on 14, 23, 34, 42, 49-50, 57 and maybe 125. And a loop connecting 34 and 42 ones that connect to the ferries and Javits center. I think the crosstown roads are wide enough for their own separate ROW. While this would cost a lot, they also offer higher capacity than buses. I also don't think streetcars work well in mixed traffic so other routes seem like a bad idea over buses. Thoughts?
Google Streetcar conspiracy...
Future Toronto Subway and streetcar map! See other versions in comments.
Couture's latest delay involves a streetcar payment liability. That could be resolved by the developers' personal guaranty.
Marlon Brando costume test for "A Streetcar Named Desire," 1950
PCC Streetcar - Kenosha, WI - January 30, 2021
Streetcars or Buses, which are better?
The 506 Carlton line streetcars have been replaced with buses since June, and still will be east of Broadview according the TTC’s latest report.
I haven’t travelled very much lately, but i want to hear your opinions. Are streetcars better than busses, or vice versa?
Edit: this is also a cross post with r/Toronto
History of the TTC Subway and Streetcar Network GIF
Portland Streetcar on the B loop route departing the SE Water /OMSI stop ascending the bridge that goes over the Union Pacific line on a gray, wet and cold day in the PNW. Pic taken myself 1/24/21.
Tampa gets $67.3 million from state for streetcar expansion, largest transportation grant in region’s history wmnf.org/tampa-gets-67-3-…
I know I have been critical of the TTC in the past (mostly to people in my inner circle), but it’s nice to see they are disinfecting the streetcar (taken at Dundas West). 👌
If you’re looking for an end-piece for your streetcar track, I find that the rustic counter table works nicely
Streetcar Terminal, Oklahoma City, 1939.
ITAP of a streetcar in the snow