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:496 Clay & Mason Streets. [Cable lines.]

 

:497 Sacramento & Fillmore Streets. [Cable lines.]

 

:498 Sacramento & Taylor Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:499 Sacramento & Fillmore Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:500 At Ferry. [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:501 Ferry. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:502 Clay & Jones Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:503 Ferry. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:504 Sacramento & Larkin Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:505 Sacramento & Larkin Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:506 Ferry. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:507 Sacramento & Fillmore Sts. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:508 At Ferry. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:509 Sacramento & Fillmore Sts. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:510 Sacramento & Fillmore Streets. 1931. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:511 Sacramento St. & Grant Ave. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.] [Duplicate of 38:513.]

 

:512 Clay & Larkin Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:513 [Sacramento Street and Grant Avenue. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.] [Duplicate of 38:511.]

 

:514 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:515 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:516 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:517 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:518 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:519 Castro St. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.] [From collection of K. Kidder.]

 

:520 [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:521 26th [i.e. Twenty -sixth] & Castro Sts. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:522 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:523 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:524 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:525 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:526 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:527 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:528 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:529 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:530 [Twenty-fourth and Castro Streets. Street car.]

 

:531 Eighteenth and Castro Streets. [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:532 18th [i.e. Eighteenth] & Castro Terminus looking north. [October 9, 1913. Street car.]

 

:533 [Twenty-first and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:534 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:535 [Eighteenth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:536 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:537 [Twenty-sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:538 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:539 Grandma Shanks Home. Castro Street. [Photograph by R. Schlaich.]

 

:540 26th [i.e. Twenty-sixth] & Castro Streets. [January 18, 1915.]

 

:541 [Twenty-Sixth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:542 [Twenty-Fourth and Castro Streets. Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:543 [Twenty Fourth and Castro Streets. Street car.]

 

:544 Castro Street Cable House. Castro and Twenty-Fifth Streets. [Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:545 Castro Street north of Twenty-Fourth Street. [Cable lines.]

 

:546 Twenty-Sixth and Castro Streets. [Street car turntable.]

 

:547 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:548 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:549 Fillmore Street Hill. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:550 Fillmore Street Hill. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:551 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:552 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:553 [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:554 Fillmore Street Hill at Broadway. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:555 [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:556 Fillmore Street Hill. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:557 Broadway Terminal. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:558 [Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company. Cable manufacturers?]

 

:559 Profile of Street Grades. San Francisco. [Reproduction of diagram comparing grades of cable lines along Geary Street, California Street, and Clay Street Hill.]

 

:560 Sacramento Street line. [Cable lines.]

 

:561 Clay and Mason Streets. [Cable lines.]

 

:562 [Cable runners under street.]

 

:563 Taylor and Bay Streets. [Street car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:564 Powell and Mason Streets. March 13, 1947. [Street car.]

 

:565 Cable Car on Turntable. Powell and Market Streets. [Color postcard.]

 

:566 Bay and Taylor Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:567 Mason and Washington Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:568 Bay and Taylor Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:569 Bay and Taylor Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:570 Mason and Washington Car House. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:571 Taylor and Bay Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:572 March 13, 1947. [Taylor and Bay Streets. Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:573 Hyde and Beach Streets. [Street cars. Municipal Railway.] [Photograph by Phil Palmer.]

 

:574 Washington Street at Fillmore Street. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:575 Car House. [Municipal Railway.]

 

:576 April 4, 1947. [Mason and Washington Streets. Power house.]

 

:577 [Mason and Washington Streets. Power house.]

 

:578 Jackson and Fillmore Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:579 Car house. March 13, 1947. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:580 [Street car. Car house. Municipal Railway.]

 

:581 California and Powell Streets. [Color postcard. Copyright 1947.]

 

:582 Powell-Eddy-Market Streets. [Street car on turntable. Municipal Railway.] [Color postcard. Copyright 1947.]

 

:583 [Powell and California Streets. Signal box on corner. 1946.]

 

:584 [Powell and California Streets. Signal Tower.] April, 4, 1947.

 

:585 Clay & Stockton Sts. Mar. 3, 1947. [Cable lines.]

 

:586 Washington and Hyde Streets. [Street car.]

 

:587 Jackson and Steiner Streets. [Street car.]

 

:588 Mason and Vallejo Streets. [Street car.]

 

:589 Washington Street above Mason St. March 16, 1968. [Street car.]

 

:590 Jackson and Steiner Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:591 [Street car. Steiner and Jackson Streets. Municipal Railway.]

 

:592 Steiner and Jackson Streets. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:593 [Street car. Steiner and Jackson Streets? Municipal Railway.]

 

:594 Hyde Street Terminal. Aquatic Park. First day with Powell Street Cars.

 

:595 First day of new Aquatic Park Terminal.

 

:596 California and Presidio Avenue. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:597 [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:598 California and Presidio Avenue. [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:599 [Street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:600 California-Keanry [i.e. Kearny] St. San Francisco.

 

:600a Picturesque San Francisco. Powell Street, from Sutter Street, Looking North. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:601 Street Views of San Francisco. Powell Street, Looking North form Market Street.

 

:602 [Advertisement for Burnham, Standeford and Company. Oakland Planing Mills. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:603 2 3/8" x 6 ½" Builder's Plate. On doors of Powell St. R.R. Cars.

 

:604 Chinese Quarters. San Francisco, Cal. [Clay and Dupont Streets.] [Photograph by McDonald.]

 

:605 Taylor and Bay Streets. [Street car.]

 

:606 Taylor and Bay Streets. [Street car.]

 

:607 Central Avenue (Presidio Avenue) and California Streets. [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:608 Jackson Street. [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:609 Powell and Market Streets. Baldwin Hotel Fire, 1898. [Duplicate of 38:382.]

 

:610 Powell Street, North from Union Square. [Street car.]

 

:611 Taylor and Bay Streets. [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:612 Taylor and Bay Streets. [Street car.]

 

:613 [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:614 Powell and Sutter Streets. [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:615 [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:616 Powell St. Cable Cars. [Powell and Bush Streets.] [Photograph by Perkins.]

 

:617 [Street car at car house. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:618 Central Avenue and California Street. [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:619 Powell and Bush Streets. [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company.]

 

:620 Jackson Street and Central Avenue (Presidio Avenue). [Street car. Powell Street Railway Company. Duplicate of 38:621.]

 

:621 [Jackson Street and Central Avenue (Presidio Avenue). Street car. Powell Street Railway Company. Cropped enlargement of 38:620.]

 

:622 [Street cars at terminal. Powell Street Railway Company and California Street Railroad Company.]

 

:623 ["Cars Stop Here" placard in street.] [Photograph by Phil Palmer.]

 

:624 End of the last Market St. Cable Car. Geneva Ave.

 

Volume 39: San Francisco Street Cars -- Horse -- Cable -- Steam -- Horse Cars, Ferries & Cliff House Railroad, Geary St. Railroad, Park & Ocean Railroad, Presidio and Ferries Railroad, P & O Railroad, Sutter ST. Railroad, Omnibus Railroad, Telegraph Hill Railroad, Power Houses

 

:1 [Table. "Tabular Statement Containing Information as to Various Cable Roads in Operation". Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:2 Kearny & Clay Streets. Yellow Omnibus line to Mission Dolores. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:3 [Advertisement for Lake House stage transportation.]

 

:4 [Reduced to size A.]

 

:5 [Skipped.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of pages from Guide Book of San Francisco, describing street car lines.]

 

:7 Horse Car (Helios). Circa 1869. [Photograph by Eadweard Muybridge.]

 

:8 Woodward's Garden. [Duplicate of 11:58.]

 

:9 [Woodward's Gardens. Horse car in street.] [Photograph by Eadweard Muybridge.]

 

:10 Grand Hotel, San Francisco -- Market Street Front. Market & New Montgomery Streets.

 

:11 Montgomery-Market St. 1879. [Horse car.]

 

:12 Pt. Lobos & First Ave. [Horse car.]

 

:13 Agricultural Park. Point Lobos Avenue bet. 23rd [i.e. Twenty-third] & 27th [i.e. Twenty- seventh] Aves.

 

:14 Omnibus R.R. Depot. San Francisco. August 6, 1863. Union Hall. Howard St. bet. 3rd [i.e. Third] & 4th [i.e. Fourth] Sts.

 

:15 Old Horse Car Stables. Tehema St. [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:16 Dupont & Post Streets. [Street cars.]

 

:17 Dupont St. (Grant Ave.) & Market. [Street cars.]

 

:18 Howard St. (Mission District). [Horse car.]

 

:19 Folsom & Essex Sts. [Horse car.]

 

:20 Market - Kearny - Third Streets. 1880.

 

:21 Market - Post - Montgomery Streets. Valencia St. Car No. 14. [Horse car.]

 

:22 Market & New Montgomery Sts. Grand Hotel. [Horse cars.] [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:22a California & Sansome Sts. 1888. [Street car.]

 

:23 Market Street from Third Street, San Francisco, looking east. [No. B324. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:24 Third & Market Sts. 1882. [Horse cars.]

 

:25 [Horse car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:26 Taylor St. north of Ellis St. Plymouth Congregational Church. 1867. [T.E. Hecht.] [Street car.]

 

:27 Taylor St., from Geary, S.F. View south.

 

:28 First - Market - Bush & Battery Sts. 1885.

 

:29 California St., from Montgomery, S.F. View east.

 

:30 California Street west of Sansome St. 1880. [Horse car.]

 

:31 Grant Ave. & Maiden Lane. 1894. [Street cars.]

 

:32 Dupont Street from Market, San Francisco, Cal. [Horse cars.]

 

:33 Mission & 16th [i.e. Sixteenth] Streets. Oakland Ferry Horse Car. September 7, 1886, 11:15 a.m.

 

:34 19th [i.e. Nineteenth] & Mission Streets. 1886. [Horse car. City Railroad Company.]

 

:35 South Park. 1865. South Park is between 2nd [i.e. Second] & 3rd [i.e. Third] & Bryant & Brannan Sts. [Horse car. Omnibus Railroad Company.] [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:36 New Montgomery & Market Sts. 1870s. [Street cars.] [Post card from Louis Slevin to Roy Graves, sent 1935.]

 

:37 Omnibus R.R. Co., S.F. Howard St. bet. 3rd [i.e. Third] & 4th [i.e. Fourth]. 1863. [Horse car.]

 

:38 3rd [i.e. Third] & Market Sts. 1883. [Street cars.]

 

:39 First & Market Sts.

 

:40 At Woodward's Gardens. Mission St. S.F. [Street cars.]

 

:41 Omnibus R.R. Co. At South Park. S.F. [Horse car.]

 

:42 North Beach and Market R.R. No. 2. 4th [i.e. Fourth] & Townsend Sts. [Horse car.] [Post card.]

 

:43 Kearny & Post Sts. [Street cars.]

 

:44 Market St. west of 2nd [i.e. Second] St. 1880. [Street cars.]

 

:45 A Rainy Day, San Francisco, Cal. 1883. 4th [i.e. Fourth] - Market - Stockton - Ellis Sts. 1883.

 

:46 Howard St. From 6th [i.e. Sixth] looking east. 1868. [Horse car. Central Railroad.] [Duplicate of 39:47.]

 

:47 [Howard Street. From Sixth looking east. Horse car. Central Railroad. Duplicate of 39:46.]

 

:48 [San] Francisco, Cal. 18th [i.e. Eighteenth] & Valencia Sts. [Photograph by Wagstaff's.]

 

:49 The last horse car off Market St. Left to right: J.H. Lee the regular driver, Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr. & Thornwell Mullally. [June 3, 1913.]

 

:50 The last horse car off Market St. Thornwell Mullally driving & J.H. Lee the regular driver at the brake. [June 3, 1913.]

 

:51 The last horse car off Market St. Supervisor Byron Manzy standing & Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr. watering the horses. [June 3, 1913.]

 

:52 The last horse car off Market Street. Left to right: J.H. Lee regular driver, Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr. driving, & Sergt. of Police Owen Gorman. [June 3, 1913, 12:15 p.m.]

 

:53 Post & Leavenworth Sts. Oct. 5, 1927. [Mayor James Rolph. Horse car.]

 

:54 Mayor James Rolph. Last car on Montgomery-Post Sts. line. October 5, 1927. [Horse car.]

 

:55 Montgomery & Bush Sts. Last car. Oct. 5, 1927.

 

:56 Last day of car service on Montgomery-Post St. line. Post St. at Union Square. Oct. 5, 1927.

 

:57 The last horse car off Market St. Mr. James Rolph, father of James Rolph, driving. [June 3, 1913.]

 

:58 Sutter & Sansome Sts. [Horse car.]

 

:59 Horse cars at the Ferry. Market and Haight (cable), California to Montgomery (horse), Sutter Street (horse). 1905.

 

:60 Market & Battery Sts. 1911.

 

:61 Foot of Market Street (Ferry). 1890s. [Street cars.]

 

:62 An Old-Time Bobtail.

 

:63 So. San Francisco (Bayview). 3rd [i.e. Third] & Palou Sts. [Horse car.]

 

:64 1903. [Horse car. Ferry Building.]

 

:65 Sutter Street R.R. horse car. Market St. Ry. car. At Ferry.

 

:66 Montgomery & Market Sts. 1879. [Horse car.]

 

:67 [Reproduction of clipping from text on the horse car. From unidentified print source.]

 

:68 Nineteenth & Mission Sts. 1880s. [Horse car. City Railroad Company.]

 

:69 Carville (Beach). S.F. 1902.

 

:70 [Carville? Old street cars at beach.]

 

:71 Carville.

 

:72 [Carville? Old street cars at beach.] 1899.

 

:73 [Women at beach. Old street cars of Carville in background.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:74 Carville. S.F. 1902.

 

:75 Old Carville at 1372 48th [i.e. Forty-eighth] Ave. on the east side of 48th Ave. near Judah St. Put there about 1895. Photo taken Feb. 1925.

 

:76 Carville at the beach.

 

:77 Menlo Park. January, 1951. [Old street car.]

 

:78 Houses built from old street cars (Carville).

 

:79 [Street car homes of Carville.]

 

:80 Old street cars used as dwellings. Carville.

 

:81 [Carville.]

 

:82 Refugee homes after earthquake and fire of April 18, 1906.

 

:83 [Decrepit street car.]

 

:84 At Carville.

 

:85 [Old street car.] [Copyright 1914 by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:86 How San Francisco Utilizes Decrepit Street Cars. About 1900.

 

:87 Carville. Near 1899.

 

:88 [Street car homes at Carville. Duplicate of 39:75.]

 

:89 [Street car homes.]

 

:90 [Street car homes.]

 

:91 San Francisco. May 3, 1899. Future homes and stores at $10 each. [Carville.] [Copyright by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:92 S.F. May 3, 1899. Future homes and stores at $10 each. [Carville.] [Copyright by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:93 Carville, S.F. [Old street cars used as homes.]

 

:94 Carville, S.F. [Old street car used as home.]

 

:95 Carville at Beach. S.F. 1890s.

 

:96 Ancient Horse Cars -- to be rented.

 

:97 Carville. San Francisco, California. 1899.

 

:98 [Skipped.]

 

:99a [Reproduced portion of Railroad Map of the City of San Francisco.]

 

:99b [Reproduced portion of Railroad Map of the City of San Francisco.]

 

:100 Street Car Lines of San Francisco. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:101 Omnibus R.R. Co. S.F. California and Montgomery Streets. [Street car.]

 

:102 Howard St. car. O.C. Co. [i.e. Omnibus Cable Company].

 

:103 Howard & 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Streets. [Street car. Omnibus Cable Company.]

 

:104 Howard & 26th [i.e. Twenty-sixth] Sts. Cars 7 & 28.

 

:105 "A Page From City's Street Car History". [Reproduction of article by Frank L. Sawyer, on Omnibus Cable system. From unidentified print source.]

 

:106 Stanyan St. at Haight St. (Omnibus R.R.) [Street car lines.]

 

:107 South Park -- S.F. [Horse car.]

 

:108 Stanyan & Haight Streets. [Street cars.]

 

:109 Golden Gate Park. [Street car. Omnibus Cable Co.]

 

:110 Montgomery Street from Market (Present Day). 1891. [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:111 Street Views of San Francisco. Montgomery Street, from Market, Looking North. [Reproduced from San Francisco News Letter August 24, 1889.]

 

:112 10th [i.e. Tenth] & Howard Sts. Car house (Omnibus Cable Co.).

 

:113 Post St. bet. Mason & Taylor Sts. Olympic Club. [Duplicate of 39:114.]

 

:114 Post bet. Mason & Taylor St. 1895. [Duplicate of 39:113.]

 

:115 Brown car. [Omnibus Cable Company.]

 

:116 [Cable cars.]

 

:117 Post & Leavenworth Sts. line. Brown cars.

 

:118 Post & Montgomery. 1898.

 

:119 10th [i.e. Tenth] & Howard Sts. Power House.

 

:120 [Tenth and Howard Streets. Power House.]

 

:121 Post & Powell Streets. Trinity Church.

 

:122 Ellis-Market-Stockton Streets. Omnibus Cable Co. Ellis-Oak & Broderick Sts. line cable car on turntable. 1896. [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:123 Omnibus Cable Co. City Hall Avenue. Passing City Hall. Ca. 1890. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:124 [Skipped.]

 

:125 [Reproduction of time table for Ferries and Cliff House Railway Company.]

 

:126 Steam Depot. Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Depot. California St. and Central Ave. 1898. (Presidio Ave.)

 

:127 Presidio Ave. & California St. looking west. [September 11, 1912.]

 

:128 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Train entrance to depot. California Street.

 

:129 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Entrance on Central Avenue. 1898.

 

:130 California & Walnut Sts. 1912.

 

:131 Round House.

 

:132 Cliff Railroad Locomotive. San Francisco, 1903. Central Ave. & California St. Terminal. [Photograph by Albert Dressler.]

 

:133 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Roundhouse. California St. Bet. Locust & Laurel Sts. [Ca. 1895.] [Duplicate of 39:134.]

 

:134 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Roundhouse. Engines: 4-3-6-1-2-7. Ca. 1895. [Duplicate of 39:133.]

 

:135 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Engines at roundhouse. Engines: ?-6-3-4-2-8-7.

 

:136 Cliff House Train. California St. & 4th [i.e. Fourth] Ave. May 16, 1905. [T.E. Hecht.] [Duplicate of 39:165.]

 

:137 California St. & 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] Ave. (now Park-Presidio Blvd. and California St.). Ferries and Cliff Steam Line. April 1905.

 

:138 Cliff House Train. March 21, 1905. [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:139 Cliff House train in depot.

 

:140 [Cliff House train. Duplicate of 39:150.]

 

:141 California & Cornwall Sts.

 

:142 7th [i.e. Seventh] & Fulton Sts. 1935.

 

:143 [Powell Street Railroad Company entrance to Golden Gate Park. Fulton Street and Seventh Avenue. 1935.]

 

:144 [Powell Street Railroad Company entrance to Golden Gate Park. Fulton Street and Seventh Avenue. 1935.]

 

:145 Ferries and Cliff House R.R. Cliff House Bound. Near Land's End. 1902.

 

:146 City Bound. Golden Gate in distance. 1902.

 

:147 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. No. 8. 2-4-2T. (At 48th [i.e. Forty-eighth] Ave.)

 

:148 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. No. 4. Land's End.

 

:149 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Train near Baker's Beach. Point Bonita in distance. (1902.)

 

:150 Eng. 8. Taken at the round house on California St. near Tunnel in 1899. Road operated from 1887 to 1904 from Central Ave. and California St., now Presidio Ave., to Golden Gate Park and Cliff House. Copy from photo loaned by Mr. F. Higby, later an engineer on the N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. Was master mechanic on the line. He is man in dark suit. 1899. [Duplicate of 39:140.]

 

:151 President Harrison's special train to Cliff House in 1890. At Sutro Heights. Copy from a photo loaned by F. Higby, former N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific] engineer. [Ferries & Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:152 F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad] Engine No. 2 & train showing all three types of cars.

 

:153 F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad] trains near Land's End.

 

:154 Near Land's End. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:155 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Train near Baker's Beach. [Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:156 [Ferries & Cliff House R.R. At Point Lobos. February, 1899.] [Duplicate of 39:157.]

 

:157 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Train rounding Point Lobos. Feb. 1899. [Duplicate of 39:156.]

 

:158 F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad]. Land's End Tunnel.

 

:159 Along the Cliffs. City in distance.

 

:160 Over the tunnel. Golden Gate in distance. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:161 Tunnel near Land's End. 1890. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.] [Duplicate of 39:178 and 39:183.]

 

:162 A train emerging from a tunnel on the Cliff House road. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:163 Land's End Tunnel. S.F. bound.

 

:164 [Train emerging from tunnel near Land's End. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad. Duplicate of 39:181.]

 

:165 Cliff House Train. May 16, 1905. [Duplicate of 39:136.]

 

:166 Rounding the Curve. Near Cliff House.

 

:167 Ferries & Cliff House Railroad (Powell St. R.R. Co.). Seventh Ave. & Fulton St. Golden Gate Park.

 

:168 Central Ave. Terminal.

 

:169 At City Cemeteries. Bakers Beach.

 

:170 [Train wreck near Land's End. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:171 Ferries & Cliff House R.R. Wreck near Land's End. No casualties.

 

:172 Ferries & Cliff House Railway. S.F. [Wreck near Land's End.]

 

:173 Ferries & Cliff House Train. 6th [i.e. Sixth] Ave. & California St. 1890.

 

:174 Powell St. entrance to Golden Gate Park. F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad] (Powell St. R.R. Co.). Opposite 7th [i.e. Seventh] Ave. [No. 5733. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:175 Cal. [i.e. California] St. & 7th [i.e. Seventh] Av. S.F., Cal. About 1890. Pop-Joe-Louis [i.e. Slevin family?]. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:176 Cliff House Terminal. 48th [i.e. Forty-Eighth] Avenue. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:177 F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad]. Climbing hill bet. 31st [i.e. Thirty-first] and 33rd [i.e. Thirty-third] Ave.

 

:178 Near Land's End. 1890. [Ferries & Cliff House Railroad.] [Duplicate of 39:161 and 39:183.]

 

:179 F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad] terminal. 48th [i.e. Forty-eighth] & Pt. Lobos Ave.

 

:180 Train at Cliff House Terminal. 48th [i.e. Forty-eighth] & Point Lobos Avenues. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:181 Tunnel near Land's End. [Ferries and Cliff House Railroad. Duplicate of 39:164.]

 

:182 Cliff House Road and Ocean Beach, Showing entrance to the Golden Gate. San Francisco. [Photograph by McDonald.]

 

:183 [Near Land's End. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad. 1890.] [Duplicate of 39:178 and 39:161.]

 

:184 F. & C.H.R.R. [i.e. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad] terminal. 48th [i.e. Forty-eighth] & Pt. Lobos.

 

:185 48th [i.e. Forty-eighth] Ave. & Pt. Lobos Ave. [Cliff House Terminal. Ferries and Cliff House Railroad.]

 

:186 Views along the Ferries and Cliff House Railway. [Illustrations of California Street Depot, the Tunnel, Artist's Point, Slow Up, Hermits Cove, Cape Horn, and Terminus: Sutro Heights. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:187 [Advertisement for Park and Ocean Railroad. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:188 [Park and Ocean Railroad. Engine No. 4.]

 

:189 Park and Ocean Railroad Locomotives. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:190 [Park and Ocean Railroad. Engine No. 6.]

 

:191 Park and Ocean No. 5. Later S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] 383, 1158, 1005. Baldwin 1889.

 

:192 Park and Ocean No. 5 and train at Forty-Eighth and Balboa Streets, San Francisco terminus of the road. 1890.

 

:193 Park & Ocean R.R. yards and shops. Frederick & H Sts. Now site of Kezar Stadium.

 

:194 Park and Ocean Railroad No. 7.

 

:195 The old steam rail road depot below the Cliff House in 1899. Cliff House station. 49th [i.e. Forty-ninth] Ave. and "B" St.

 

:196 [Illustration of Ocean Beach Exchange. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:197 Park & Ocean R.R. yards and shops. Frederick & H Streets. Now site of Kezar Stadium.

 

:198 42nd [i.e. Forty-second] Ave. & "H" St. looking east. [September 20, 1911.]

 

:199 41st [i.e. Forty-first Ave. & Lincoln Way looking west. [March 8, 1912.]

 

:200 41st [i.e. Forty-first] Ave. & Lincoln Way looking north. [March 8, 1912.]

 

:201 Cliff House Beach, S.F. [No. 419. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:202 Park and Ocean R.R. -- S.F. Seal Rocks. Cliff H. Sutro Hts.

 

:203 Park & Ocean terminals. 49th [i.e. Forty-ninth] Ave. and "B" Sts.

 

:204 49th [i.e. Forty-ninth] Ave. & "B" St. [May 15, 1911.]

 

:205 49th [i.e. Forty-ninth] Ave. & "B" St. [May 15, 1911.]

 

:206 ["Balloon Car." Sutter Street Railroad Company. 1870. Duplicate of 11:83.]

 

:207 Crossing Market St. -- S.F. [Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:208 [Street car. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:209 Polk Street Extension bet. Pacific Ave. & Union St. [Sutter Street Railroad Company.] [Copyright 1920 by Louis Slevin.]

 

:210 San Francisco's last horsecar. 1914. [Illegible]... by James Rolph ...[illegible]... Market St. from the ferry to Sutter ...[illegible]... the remainder of the distance... was driven by the oldest ...[illegible]... service, car No. 4b.

 

:211 ["Balloon Car". Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:212 [Street cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:213 [Interior of street car. Duplicate of 39:214?]

 

:214 [Interior of street car. Duplicate of 39:213?]

 

:215 Sutter Street R.R. Co. Horse-car extension. Sansome & Sutter Sts. to Ferry. 1906.

 

:216 Sutter Street cable dummies at Sutter & Larkin. Enginehouse and car barns, corner Bush & Larkin. From the collection of Fabius T. Finch -- Hearst Building.

 

:217 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railway Company. Duplicate of 39:218.]

 

:218 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railway Company. Duplicate of 39:217.]

 

:219 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Duplicate of 39:221.]

 

:220 [Street car. United Railroads. Duplicate of 39:222 and 39:226.]

 

:221 [Street car. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Duplicate of 339:219.]

 

:222 [Street car. United Railroads. Duplicate of 39:220 and 39:226.]

 

:223 [Street cars and operators. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Photograph by L.S. Slevin. Duplicate of 39:241.]

 

:224 [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:225 [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:226 [Street car. United Railroads. Duplicate of 39:220 and 39:222.]

 

:227 [Street car. United Railroads?]

 

:228 Car barn. Presidio Avenue bet. Sutter & Post Streets. 1904. [United Railroads. Photograph by Mentz.]

 

:229 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:230 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:231 Central Ave. [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:232 [Street car. Sutter Street Railway Company. Duplicate of 39:237.]

 

:233 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:234 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:235 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:236 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:237 [Street car. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Duplicate of 39:232.]

 

:238 Picturesque San Francisco. Pacific Avenue, Looking West from S.E. Corner Pacific Avenue and Pierce Street.

 

:239 [Street car. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:240 [Street cars. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:241 Sutter St., S.F. [Street cars and operators. Sutter Street Railroad Company.] [Duplicate of 39:223.]

 

:242 [Street cars at turntable. Sutter Street Railroad Company. Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:243 [Street cars. Pacific Avenue and ? Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:244 [Street cars. Pacific Avenue and ? Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:245 [Street cars. Pacific Avenue and ? Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:246 [Street cars. Pacific Avenue and ? Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:247 [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:248 [Street car. Market Street Railway.]

 

:249 Last run of the Pac. [i.e. Pacific] Ave. car. [Post card from John Heald (?) to Louis S. Slevin, sent 1930.]

 

:250 [Street car.]

 

:251 [Street cars. United Railroads.]

 

:252 [Street cars. United Railroads.]

 

:253 [Automobile, street car, and photographers.]

 

:254 Pacific Ave. 1933. [Street cars. United Railroads.]

 

:255 1927. [Automobile and street car.]

 

:256 June 27, 1939. [Men pushing old Sutter Street cars.]

 

:257 Ex-Sutter St. cars. Used in pageant at Golden Gate Int. Exposition. 1939 & 1940. June 27, 1939.

 

:258 [Street car. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:259 Sutter Street R.R. April, 1906. Burned ruins of cars of the Polk & Larkin Pacific Ave. line. At Pacific Avenue & Polk Street.

 

:260 [Burned ruins of cars at Pacific Avenue and Polk Street. April, 1906. Sutter Street Railroad.]

 

:261 Street Car Homes. Sutter Street R.R. cars saved from fire of April 18, 1906. Moved from Polk and Larkin Sts. to Sutter and Fillmore Sts. (cars between Webster & Fillmore Sts). Cars used for temporary homes. Sidewalk kitchens.

 

:262 Remarkable evidence of the earthquake at Ninth and Brannan Streets. Sutter Street R.R. Southern terminus of the 9th [i.e. Ninth], Larkin, Polk Sts. & Pacific Ave. line. April, 1906.

 

:263 Sutter Street R.R. cars saved from fire. April 18, 1906. Sutter Street east from Fillmore Street.

 

:264 [Cable tracks after earthquake and fire of April 18, 1906.]

 

:265 [Automobile and street car.]

 

:266 Pacific Avenue car. XII, 1925. Taken to Santa Cruz for moving picture.

 

:267 [Automobile and street car.]

 

:268 Pacific Ave. line. [Schlaich.]

 

:269 Taking out cable construction and installing electric system. May 26, 1906. [Photograph by Turrill and Miller, The California Promotion Committee.]

 

:270 Sutter Street Ry. Pacific Avenue cable train. Dummy no. 46, car no. 54. Being installed at Mason-Washington Carbarn Museum. May 23, 1968.

 

:271 Sutter Street Ry. Pacific Avenue car no. 54. Front end. At Washington-Mason Carbarn Museum. May 23, 1968.

 

:272 Sutter St. Pacific Avenue. Car no. 54. Rear end. May 23, 1968. [At Washington-Mason Carbarn Museum.]

 

:273 Mason & Washington Streets Carbarn. May 23, 1968.

 

:274 [Street car. At car barn.]

 

:275 Sutter Street no. 46. Dave Stearns and Louis Stein. [May 23, 1968.]

 

:276 [Street car in tow.]

 

:277 Geary-Kearney [i.e. Kearny] Sts.

 

:278 Horace G. Platt. 1887. Died S.F., Aug. 1910. Pres., Geary Street R.R.

 

:279 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave. & "D" (Fulton) Street. [Street car. Geary Street Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:280 At Calvary Cemetery. [Street cars. Geary Street Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:281 [Street cars. Geary Street Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:282 Geary St. & First Ave. [Street cars. Geary Street Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:283 Geary St. , Park and Ocean R.R. Co. Engine and car house. Geary St. & First Ave.

 

:284 [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company. Engine and car house. Geary Street and First Avenue.]

 

:285 Formerly a Geary St., Park & Ocean R.R. Steam Dummy. [Richter.]

 

:286 Geary Street and Central (Presidio) Avenue. Calvary Cemetery.

 

:287 Steam line to G.G. [i.e. Golden Gate] Park from Central Ave. & Geary St. Fifth Ave. & "D" (Fulton) Street. Bay District Race Track. 1880. [From collection of T.E. Hecht.]

 

:288 Market and Kearny Sts., S.F., National Encampment, G.A.R. [i.e. Grand Army of the Republic]. 1886s.

 

:289 Geary Street, from Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal.

 

:290 Geary St. car at Geary and Larkin Sts.

 

:291 Cars on 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave.

 

:292 Geary & Kearny Sts.

 

:293 Geary & Powell Sts. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:294 Geary St. & Central Ave. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:295 Geary St. -- S.F. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:296 Geary & Dupont Sts. (Grant Avenue). [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:297 Geary Street, From Union Square. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:298 Cable Street-Cars, San Francisco, Cal. Geary St. at Calvary Cemetery. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.] [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:299 Geary & Powell Streets. Calvary Church and Union Square. 1880s. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.] [Duplicate of 39:304 and 39:315.]

 

:300 Geary Street at Union Square.

 

:301 Geary St. east of Jones St. 1906. [Street car.]

 

:302 Geary & Jones Streets. [April 26, 1912. Street cars.]

 

:303 Geary St. -- S.F. [Illustration of street car. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:304 Bob Tail Horse Car and Cable Car -- S.F., Cal. Geary St. [Duplicate of 39:299 and 39:315.]

 

:305 Geary St. car at Geary and Larkin Sts. [Duplicate of 39:305.]

 

:306 [Geary Street car at Geary and Larkin Streets. Duplicate of 39:305.]

 

:307 Geary St., Park and Ocean Railroad Crossing Larkin St. R.R. constructed by W. Eppelsheimer and operated under his patents. [Photograph by P. Bagnasco. Enlarged in 39:308.]

 

:308 [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Crossing Larkin Street. Railroad constructed by W. Eppelsheimer and operated under his patents. [Photograph by P. Bagnasco.] [Enlargement of 39:307.]

 

:309 The Geary Street Cable Tramway, San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:310 Larkin & Geary Sts. [October 6, 1906.] [Cable line damage following earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:311 Geary & Larkin, S.F. Geary St. car 16. Primitive cars of Sutter St. Ry.

 

:312 Monadnock Bldg., Market St., San Francisco, Cal. Offices in this bldg. were occupied 4 weeks after the fire. [Street car at left.]

 

:313 [Street car. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:314 Dum. [i.e. dummy car no.] 5. Geary St. [at Kearny]. S.F.

 

:315 Geary & Powell Sts. [Calvary Church and Union Square. 1880s. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.] [Duplicate of 39:299 and 39:304.]

 

:316 Dum. [i.e. dummy car] No. 9. Geary & Market Sts. 1880s. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:317 Geary and Market Streets. 1889. [Street cars.]

 

:318 Geary and Market Streets. [Street cars.]

 

:319 Geary and Market, 1905. Lotta's Fountain; Palace Hotel in background.

 

:320 Geary, Market and Kearny Sts. Geary St., Park & Ocean R.R. Car No. 395 (left). M. Blaisdell.

 

:321 At Golden Gate Park. Fulton St. & Sixth Ave. 1903. [Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:322 Palace Hotel and Lotta [i.e. Lotta's] Fountain. [Geary, Market and Kearny Streets. Street car. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:323 Geary & Mason Sts. 1913. [Street cars. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:324 Geary & Market Sts. 1912. [Street cars.]

 

:325 Kearny St. N. from Market. Lotta's Fountain. Chronicle Bldg. [Street car. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:326 Geary & Kearny Sts. [1906. Terminal, Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Company.]

 

:327 Geary St. R.R. Terminal. Lotta's Fountain.

 

:328 [Geary Street Railroad Terminal. Lotta's Fountain.]

 

:329 Market Street [at Geary]. Claus Spreckel's Building. Mutual Savings Bank Building. [Street car. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad terminal.]

 

:330 Looking down Geary Street from Mason Street, San Francisco. 1912.

 

:331 Junction of Geary, Kearny and Market Streets. San Francisco. 1912. [Street car. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad terminal.]

 

:332 Geary & Devisadero [i.e. Divisadero] Streets. May 3, 1912. [Street car.]

 

:333 Geary St. and Pres. [i.e. Presidio]. [Cable lines.]

 

:334 Car barn. Geary St., Park & Ocean R.R. Geary Street & First Avenue.

 

:335 Geary & Jones. [April 26, 1912.]

 

:336 G. [i.e. Geary] St., P. & O.R.R. [i.e. Park and Ocean Railroad Company] Power House. Geary & Buchannan. [May 3, 1912.]

 

:337 Geary & Fillmore Sts. May, 1912. [Cable lines.]

 

:338 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave. & Fulton. [May 3, 1912.]

 

:339 Fulton St. & 5th [i.e. Fifth] Ave. looking West. [Street car. February 6, 1912.]

 

:340 6th [i.e. Sixth] Ave. & Fulton St. [March 10, 1908.]

 

:341 Union St. & Van Ness Ave.

 

:342 [Street car. Geary Street?]

 

:343 P. & F.R.R. [i.e. Presidio and Ferries Railroad]. Horse car. Ca. 1887. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:344 [Ferry Building.]

 

:345 Union & Steiner Sts. [Street car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad Company.]

 

:346 Montgomery Avenue, San Francisco, looking west. [Street cars.]

 

:347 Presidio & Ferries R.R. Union St. cars. At Montgomery Ave. (now Columbus Ave.) and Washington St. 1880s.

 

:348 Union Street & Steiner Sts. Terminal of Presidio & Ferries R.R. in 1880.

 

:349 Cars at Union & Steiner Sts. [Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:350 In Presidio. [Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:351 Baker St. P. & F.R.R. [i.e. Presidio and Ferries Railroad]. Harbor View steam dummy line. [Photograph by Willard Worden.]

 

:352 Filbert St. west from Baker. [Cable lines. December 14, 1906.]

 

:353 Inside of Presidio Military Reservation. [Cable lines. December 14, 1906.]

 

:354 Presidio & Ferries R.R. cable track. In the Presidio.

 

:355 Presidio. Presidio terminal of P. & F.R.R. [i.e. Presidio and Ferries Railroad] in 1906.

 

:356 Presidio. [Street cars and operators. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:357 Baker Street. Harbor View. June 1900. [From collection of Louis Slevin.]

 

:358 Harbor View Hotel and Grounds. R. Herman, Esq., Proprietor. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:359 [Steam car. At Harbor View? Pacific and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:360 Harbor View. [Steam car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:361 Harbor View. [Steam car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:362 Jefferson St. northeast from Presidio Reservation. [Railroad lines. August 21, 1907.]

 

:363 Harbor View. [Steam car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:364 [Steam car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:365 [Ferry Building.]

 

:366 [Entrance to Presidio? Cable lines.]

 

:367 Union St. at Pierce. S.F. 1906. [Cable lines, following earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:368 Union Street Power House, Union Street near Leavenworth Street. [Damage after earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:369 Union Street. S.F. W. from Steiner. 1906. Large house at left, Bixler's. [Cable lines, following earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:370 Pioneer Park Observatory. Time Ball Maintained by U.S. Hydrographic Office. [Photograph by Watkins.]

 

:371 [Street car. Telegraph Hill Railroad Company.]

 

:372 [Pioneer Park Observatory. Pioneer Pavilion. Telegraph Hill.]

 

:373 Telegraph Hill. Cable R.R. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:374 "Telegraph Hill Observatory," San Francisco, Cal.

 

:375 Telegraph Hill. S.F. in 80s [i.e. 1880s]. [From collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:376 [Pioneer Park Observatory. Pioneer Pavilion. Telegraph Hill.]

 

:377 Interior of Haight Street car house -- Market Street Cable Railway, San Francisco.

 

:378 Fulton and Devisidero [i.e. Divisadero] Sts. (lk. west on Fulton St.). [Horses pulling cable wagon?]

 

:379 Golden Gate Ave. [Horses pulling cable wagon?]

 

:380 Golden Gate Ave. [Horses pulling cable wagon?]

 

:381 Bay & Powell Streets. California Wire Works.

 

:382 Grip used on Market St. lines.

 

:383 East on California St. from Van Ness Ave. 1886. [Cable lines.]

 

:384 Triple Compound Engines -- California Street Cable Power Station, San Francisco. [Reproduction of diagram from unidentified print source.]

 

:385 Calif. St. R.R. [i.e. California Street Railroad] west side of Hyde St. bet. Pine & California St. in 1895. Pres. Jas. Harris is the center of photo.

 

:386 Hyde & California Sts. [Cable lines.]

 

:387 [Hyde and California Streets. Cable lines.]

 

:388 View from Davidson's Observatory, Clay St. Showing Gough & Clay Sts.

 

:389 California Street Cable R.R. Power House. Cable Winding Machinery.

 

:390 [California Street Cable Railroad Power House. Cable Winding Machinery.]

 

:391 [California Street Cable Railroad Power House. Cable Winding Machinery.]

 

:392 [California Street Cable Railroad Power House. Cable Winding Machinery.]

 

:393 [California Street Cable Railroad Power House. Cable Winding Machinery.]

 

:394 [California Street Cable Railroad Power House. Cable Winding Machinery.]

 

:395 Turning in coin at the office. Sutter St. R.R.

 

:396 Presidio & Ferries R.R. Co. Union & Leavenworth Sts.

 

:397 Sutter Street Cable Railroad. [Power house.] [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:398 [Cable railroad power house]

 

:399 Sutter and Polk Streets. [Sutter Street Railroad power house.]

 

:400 Geary St., Park & Ocean R.R. Geary and Buchanan. [Power house.] [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:401 California St. Cable R.R. [Power house.] [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:402 Omnibus Cable R.R. 10th [i.e. Tenth] & Howard Sts. [Power house.] [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:403 Omnibus Cable Railroad. Oak & Broderick Sts. [Power house.] [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:404 Haight St. Car House. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:405 Market St. Cable R.R. Power House. Valencia & Haight St. lines. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:406 Market St. Cable R.R. Hayes St. Power & Car House. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:407 Powell St. Cable R.R. [Power house.] [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:408 Valencia Street Car House. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:409 Lk. S.E. from McAllister & Pierce Sts.

 

:410 Mason & Washington Streets. [Schlaich.]

 

:411 [Unidentified girl and workers, during maintenance of cable lines.]

 

:412 [Construction on cable turntable.]

 

:413 [Page with figure on cable line system. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:414 Plan of the Driving Machinery, Angle Sheaves, Etc. [Reproduction of diagram from unidentified print source.]

 

:415 Elevation of the Driving Machinery, Angle Sheaves, Etc. [Reproduction of diagram from unidentified print source.]

 

:416 Impressions of the Market-Street Railway. Feeding the furnaces at the Valencia-Street House.

 

:417 Repair shop at the Valencia-Street House.

 

:418 Market & Valencia power house. Ruins of engine room. Earthquake, April 18, 1906. [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:419 Market Street Railway Power House. Market & Valencia. Ruins caused by earthquake and fire, April 18, 1906. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:420 Ruins of smokestack. Market & Valencia Streets. [Market Street Railway Power House.]

 

:421 Market Street Cable Road Power House -- Engines. [After earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:422 Remains of Power House. Market & Valencia Sts. [Schlaich.]

 

:423 Market & Valencia Sts. 1884. C.H.S. [i.e. California Historical Society]. [Market Street Cable Railway Company Power House.]

 

:424 Market & Valencia Powerhouse.

 

:425 28th [i.e. Twenty-eighth] & Valencia Sts. carhouse.

 

:426 28th [i.e Twenty-eighth] & Valencia Car House. [February 25, 1907.]

 

:427 Hayes Street Car and Power House. North side of Hayes St. bet. Masonic & Central Avenues. 1905. [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:428 View north from Buena Vista Park. Hayes St. and McAllister St. Power House (left of center). [Copyright 1897 by Waters.]

 

:429 Market & Valencia Sts. [Ruins of power house.]

 

:430 Sutter & Polk Sts.

 

:431 Market St. Cable Railway. Hayes St. Power House. Hayes St. bet. Masonic Ave. and Central Ave.

 

:432 McAllister Street Car House. [Fulton St. & Masonic Ave. October 26, 1906.]

 

:433 Haight & Stanyan Sts. [Car house.]

 

:434 Sacramento St. Carhouse. Sacramento St. bet. Presidio Ave. & Walnut St.

 

:435 California & Central Ave. [Street car. California Street Cable Railroad Company.]

 

:436 Central Ave. Carhouse. Sacramento St. & Central Ave.

 

:437 McAllister St. Car Barn. [Street car. United Railroads.]

 

:438 Hayes St. [Car and power house?]

 

:439 Market Street Railway Co. Castro Street Power House.

 

:440 Oak & Broderick Car & Powerhouse.

 

:441 Washington & Mason Power House. [March 22, 1907.]

 

:442 Wash. [i.e. Washington] & Mason Car & Power House.

 

:443 Ferries & Cliff House Ry. Powell St. Ry. Power House. Mason & Washington Sts. 1893. R. Schlaich Col.

 

:444 Wash. [i.e. Washington] & Mason Powerhouse.

 

:445 Wash. [i.e. Washington] & Mason Powerhouse.

 

:446 All four cable car lines are driven by a single 750-h.p. motor here at the Washington and Mason power plant. You're looking at the giant 12-foot cable-winders (note cables running off top rims), which connect with a moveable carriage at other end of building to keep the cable taut. An alarm bell goes off in case one of the cables should snap.

 

:447 Wash. [i.e. Washington] & Mason P.H. [i.e. Power House] after fire. [1906.]

 

:448 Wash. [i.e. Washington] & Mason C. & P.H. [i.e. Car and Power House] after quake. [1906] [Photograph by Mentz.]

 

:449 [Washington and Mason Car and Power House after earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:450 [Washington and Mason Car and Power House after earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:451 Powell Street Cable Road Power House -- Exterior View. Mason and Washington Streets. [After earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:452 Powell Street Cable Road Power House, Cor. Mason and Clay Streets -- Interior View. [After earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:453 Mason & Washington Sts. [Car and power house.]

 

:454 1954. [Street car.]

 

:455 Washington & Mason Sts.

 

:456 Arguello & Geary Blvds. G. St. P. & O.R.R. [i.e. Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad]. Car barn.

 

:457 Geary St., Park and Ocean R.R. Geary St. & First Ave. (Arguello). Car barn.

 

:458 Sutter St. Railway Co.'s Stables. 75 Stevenson St.

 

:459 Sutter and Presidio Avenue Carhouse. Presidio Ave. bet. Sutter & Post Streets. Sutter St. R.R. car barn.

 

:460 Sutter & Polk Sts. Power House.

 

:461 Sutter & Polk Sts. Power House.

 

:462 Officers of the Sutter St. Ry. Company. San Francisco, Cal. [Group portrait. October, 1892.]

 

:463 Sutter St. Power House. San Francisco, Cala. 1892. [Group portrait.]

 

:464 Sutter Street Cable. [Power house. Damage after earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:465 Sutter and Polk C. & P.H. [i.e. Car and Power House] after Quake. [1906.]

 

:466 Sutter and Polk C. & P.H. [i.e. Car and Power House] after Fire. [1906.]

 

:467 28th [i.e. Twenty-eighth] & Valencia Streets. April 18, 1906. [Schlaich.]

 

:468 P. & F.R.R. [i.e. Presidio and Ferries Railroad] Powerhouse. Union St. bet. Leavenworth & Hyde Sts. Earthquake & fire damage. April, 1906. [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:469 Burnt car on Pacific Ave.

 

:470 Pacific Ave. bet. Van Ness Ave. & Polk St. looking east. [February 25, 1915.]

 

:471 10th [i.e. Tenth] & Howard Sts. Omnibus Cable Co. Power House.

 

Volume 40: San Francisco Street Cars (Electric)

 

:1 1st car to use the Byllesby Shield -- January, 28 [i.e. 1928] (centered on car side). [Car no. 260. Market Street Railway Company. Car plate.]

 

:2 [Electric car. San Mateo line. Market Street Railway.]

 

:3 [Electric car and operators.]

 

:4 [Electric car.]

 

:5 [Electric car and operator.]

 

:6 [Electric car and operator.]

 

:7 [Electric car.]

 

:8 [Electric car and operators.]

 

:9 [Electric car.]

 

:10 [Electric car and operators.]

 

:11 [Electric car.]

 

:12 [Sign for Market Street Railway Company Electric Interurban Service.]

 

:13 [Electric car.]

 

:14 Mission St. bet. Onondaga Ave. & France St. looking East. [July 15, 1912.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:15 Mission St. at Geneva Ave. looking south. [August 28, 1916.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.

 

:16 [Electric car.]

 

:17 [Electric car. Millbrae station.]

 

:18 [Electric car.]

 

:19 [Electric car. Market Street Railway.]

 

:20 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway?]

 

:21 [Electric car.]

 

:22 [Electric car.]

 

:23 Colma. March 14, 1947. [Electric car.]

 

:24 San Bruno Park, Junction "Southern Pacific Bay Shore Cut-off", facing San Mateo Electric Railway and Southern Pacific Depot.

 

:25 [Ferry Building.]

 

:26 [Ferry Building. Electric railway lines.]

 

:27 Ferry Building -- San Francisco, California. [Electric railway lines.]

 

:28 Claus Spreckles [i.e. Spreckels] Buiding. S.F. [Electric cars.]

 

:29 [Market Street. Electric cars.]

 

:30 Montgomery Street car.

 

:31 [Electric car. Market Street Railway.]

 

:32 [Electric cars and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:33 [Electric cars and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:34 [Electric car. Market Street Railway.] [Duplicate of No. 40:77.]

 

:35 [Electric car. Market Street Railway.]

 

:36 [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:37 [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:38 [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:39 [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:40 S.F. [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:41 Second St. from Market St. [Photograph by Waters & Co..]

 

:42 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:43 [Electric car in flood.]

 

:44 [Electric car in flood.]

 

:45 [Electric car in flood.]

 

:46 [Electric car.]

 

:47 [Electric car.]

 

:48 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:49 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:50 [Electric car and operators.]

 

:51 After 1906 Fire. E. Schmitz, Mayor. 1st Trolley Cars on Market St. S.F. Big fuss about allowing overhead wires. During Mayor Schmitz regime, Abe Ruef Political Boss.

 

:52 [Mayor James Rolph (left). With electric car.]

 

:53 [Electric cars. South Drive. Golden Gate Park.]

 

:54 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:55 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:56 24th [i.e. Twenty-fourth] & Utah Sts. 1904. [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:57 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:58 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:59 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:60 Workmen returning from work. Union Iron Works. May 25, 1906. [No. 70. Photograph by Turrill and Miller, California Promotion Committee.]

 

:61 South Drive. G.G. [i.e. Golden Gate] Park. [Electric car on overpass.]

 

:62 [Electric car and operators. United Railroads.]

 

:63 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:64 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:65 [Electric car and operators. United Railroads.]

 

:66 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:67 2nd [i.e. Second] Street Car Run in S.F. [No. 49. Photograph by Bushnell.]

 

:68 Fillmore St. cars, cor. Sutter. About 1909.

 

:69 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:70 Trestle over creek -- Glen Park. S.F., Cal.

 

:71 Trestle over creek -- Glen Park. San Francisco, California. [No. 83. Photograph by Pittam.]

 

:72 [Electric car and operators. United Railroads. At Ferry Building.] [Duplicate of 40:75.]

 

:73 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:74 [Electric car. United Railroads.] [Duplicate of 40:76.]

 

:75 [Electric car. United Railroads. At Ferry Building.] [Duplicate of 40:72.]

 

:76 Car 4401. [Electric car. United Railroads.] [Duplicate of 40:74.]

 

:77 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.] [Duplicate of No. 40:34.]

 

:78 [Electric car. South Drive. Golden Gate Park.]

 

:79 [Street cars. Ferry Building.]

 

:80 [Street cars. United Railroads. April 14, 1915.]

 

:81 [Electric cars. Fillmore Street. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:82 [Automobile on hill. Fillmore Street?]

 

:83 Fillmore St. Counterbalance. So. from Green St.

 

:84 [Electric car. Fillmore Street Hill?]

 

:85 [Electric car lines. Fillmore Street Hill?]

 

:86 Cable cars on Fillmore Street Hill. [Actually electric cars.]

 

:87 [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway Company.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:88 Fillmore Hill line. Last day of operation. 1942

 

:89 California-Market-Spear Streets. Southern Pacific Building. [Electric cars.] [Ted Wurm.]

 

:90 Ferry Bldg. San Francisco. (Fleet Week.) [Electric cars.]

 

:91 Electric car on Montgomery St. about 1909.

 

:92 4th [i.e. Fourth] & Market Sts. 1917. [Electric cars.]

 

:93 Looking west on Market St. from 5th [i.e. Fifth] St. San Francisco. Aug., 1908. [Electric cars.]

 

:94 Powell & Market Streets. Emporium stop. Feb. 14, 1917. [Electric cars.] [Ted Wurm.]

 

:95 Kearny-Geary-Market Streets. Palace Hotel. [T. Wurm.] [Electric cars.]

 

:96 [Electric car.]

 

:97 Market & Montgomery Sts. Palace Hotel. S.F. 1910. [Electric car.]

 

:98 Private Right of Way, Cliff Line, looking east. [May 9, 1912. Electric car.]

 

:99 [Electric cars. United Railroads.]

 

:100 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:101 [Electric car and operators. United Railroads.]

 

:102 [Electric car.]

 

:103 [Electric car. Haight Street?]

 

:104 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:105 [Interior. Street car.]

 

:106 [Electric cars at car barn. Market Street Railway.]

 

:107 [Electric cars.]

 

:108 [November 24, 1915. Electric cars. United Railroads.]

 

:109 [Electric car and operators. Market Street Railway.]

 

:110 [Electric car. Market Street Railway. Haight St.]

 

:111 [Electric car. Market Street Railway.]

 

:112 [Electric car. Market Street Railway.]

 

:113 [Interior. Street car.]

 

:114 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:115 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:116 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:117 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:118 St. Louis Car Co. 1906. San Francisco. [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:119 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:120 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:121 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:122 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:123 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:124 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:125 17th [i.e. Seventeenth] Ave. & Sloat. [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:126 [Electric cars. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:127 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:128 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:129 [Electric cars.]

 

:130 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:131 [Electric car, advertising wanted employment: "Men and women wanted to back our fighters. Apply now for position as motorman, conductor or coach operator. Apply City Hall, room 151."]

 

:132 [Electric car, advertising wanted employment: "Men and women wanted to back our fighters. Apply now for position as motorman, conductor or coach operator. Apply City Hall, room 151."]

 

:133 Market Street -- San Francisco. [Photograph by Piggott.]

 

:134 [Electric car.]

 

:135 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:136 [Electric car. At Ferry Building. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:137 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:138 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:139 [Electric car.]

 

:140 [Electric car.]

 

:141 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:142 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:143 [Electric cars. At Ferry Building? Cut-out image of "Haight" car glued onto January 30, 1998 photograph, left center.]

 

:144 [Electric car. Ferry Building.]

 

:145 Car no. 286. July 28, 1946. [Electric car.]

 

:146 Dec. 20, 1944. Haight & Stanyan. [Duplicate of 40:213.]

 

:147 1903. [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:148 Kearny St. cars. P. & F. [i.e. Presidio and Ferries] horse cars. 1904.

 

:149 Ferry. S.F. 1903. [Electric cars.]

 

:150 1900. [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:151 [Ferry Building. Electric, cable and horse cars.]

 

:152 [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:153 [Electirc car at Ferry Building.]

 

:154 [Electric cars on Market Street. From Ferry Building.]

 

:155 [Electric cars on Market Street. From Ferry Building.]

 

:156 [Electric car at Ferry Building.]

 

:157 [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:158 [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:159 Mission-Howard-Harrison Street car terminal at Ferry. 1930.

 

:160 1915. [Electric cars at Ferry Building. During Panama-Pacific International Exposition.]

 

:161 March 28, 1930. [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:162 Mar. 6, 1915. [Electric cars at Ferry Building. During Panama-Pacific International Exposition.]

 

:163 [May 21, 1916. Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:164 Mar. 28, 1930. [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:165 [June 7, 1918. Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:166 [Electric cars at Ferry Building.]

 

:167 [Electric car lines.]

 

:168 Fifth St. south of Market St.

 

:169 [Electric car.]

 

:170 Claus Spreckles Building. S.F. [Electric cars. Photograph by Turrill.]

 

:171 [Electric car lines. Kearny and Post Streets.]

 

:172 24th [i.e. Twenty-fourth] Ave. & Fulton St. [January 5, 1912.]

 

:173 [Electric car lines.]

 

:174 [Electric car.]

 

:175 [Electric car. Jones and McAllister Streets.]

 

:176 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:177 [Electric car lines.]

 

:178 [Electric car lines.]

 

:179 [Electric car.]

 

:180 [Electric car.]

 

:181 [Electric car at windmill, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:182 [Electric car.]

 

:183 [Electric car.]

 

:184 [Electric car.]

 

:185 [Electric car at amusement park.]

 

:186 [Electric car at amusement park.]

 

:187 [Electric car. United Railroads.]

 

:188 [Electric car.]

 

:189 [Electric car.]

 

:190 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:191 [Electric car.]

 

:192 [Electric car. May 9, 1947.]

 

:193 May 2, 1947. [Electric car. Haight Street?]

 

:194 Haight & Stanyan Sts. (Stanyan St.) car no. 144 -- 17 line. Feb. 1945.

 

:195 [Electric car and operator. Stanyan Street line.]

 

:196 [Electric car.]

 

:197 [Electric car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:198 [Electric car terminal. At Cliff House.]

 

:199 [Electric car terminal. At Cliff House.]

 

:200 [Electric car at Cliff House terminal.]

 

:201 Turk & Fillmore. Aug. 12, 1904. [Electric car lines.]

 

:202 [Electric car in car barn. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:203 Fillmore St. north from Geary St. September 1, 1908. [Electric car lines.]

 

:204 Presidio Ave. bet. Clay & Sacramento Sts. [August 10, 1910.]

 

:205 Converting cable into electric line. June 5, 1906. [No. 79. Photograph by Turrill & Miller. The California Promotion Committee.]

 

:206 Harrison St. looking south from 3rd [i.e. Third] St. toward 2nd [i.e. Second] St. [Electric car lines. April 4, 1910.]

 

:207 Glen Park Bridge. [May 20, 1908.]

 

:208 18th [i.e. Eighteenth] Street & Golden Gate Park Line. "Switchback" Falcon & Caselli Ave. [T. Wurm.]

 

:209 The "Switchback". Market Street Extension. [Construction of electric car lines.]

 

:210 [Seventeenth and Market Streets. Electric car.]

 

:211 [Construction site. Unidentified location.]

 

:212 [Electric car.]

 

:213 [Electric car. Haight and Stanyan Streets. December 20, 1944. Duplicate of 40:146.]

 

:214 Divisadero St. N. from O'Farrell St. [December 2, 1932. Electric car lines.]

 

:215 Market & Powell Sts. February 14, 1917. [Ted Wurm.]

 

:216 Castro Street at Eighteenth Street. Terminal of Market St. No. 8 line and Castro St. Cable. [T. Wurm.]

 

:217 Mission Viaduct. August 28, 1912. [T. Wurm.]

 

:218 Ocean & San Jose Avenues. [Electric car lines.]

 

:219 [Electric car.]

 

:220 [Electric car terminal.]

 

:221 Ingleside Road. Cars for Mission Street on right.

 

:222 [United States Mail Railway Post Office electric car.]

 

:223 [United States Mail Railway Post Office electric car.]

 

:224 [Electric cars and operators.]

 

:225 [Electric car.] [R. Schlaich.]

 

:226 [Electric observation car at Land's End station.]

 

:227 [Electric observation car. Land's End Station.] [R. Schlaich.]

 

:228 Land's End Station, on the Route of the Sightseeing Cars of the United Railroads.

 

:229 [Electric observation car. Land's End Station.]

 

:230 [Land's End Station.]

 

:231 Interior of U.R.R.'s [i.e. United Railroad's] Ferry Car. S.F.

 

:232 [Private party electric car.]

 

:233 [Advertisement for United Railroads of San Francisco Funeral Cars. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:234 [Advertisement for Funeral Car Points and Rates. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:235 Cypress Lawn Cemetery. [Electric car.]

 

:236 Observation Car. [Charles Smallwood.]

 

:237 [Observation car "California".] [R. Schlaich.]

 

:238 5th [i.e. Fifth] & Market Sts. 1908. [Electric car. Duplicate of 40:239.]

 

:239 [Electric car. Fifth and Market Streets. Duplicate of 40:238.]

 

:240 United R.R. of S.F. "Golden Gate" Sight Seeing Car. At Ferry about 1912. Color: red. Was later rebuilt for regular passenger service. Scrapped in 1925. [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:241 Special Observation Car, City of Atlanta, Used in San Francisco.

 

:242 Storekeeper's Freight Car. [Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:243 [Electric freight car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:244 [Electric freight car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:245 [Electric freight car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:246 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:247 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:248 [Electric car.]

 

:249 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:250 [Electric car. Market Street Railway Company.] [R. Schlaich.]

 

:251 [Electric freight car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:252 [Electric freight car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:253 [Electric freight car.]

 

:254 [Electric crane car. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:255 U.R.R. [i.e. United Railroads] of S.F. Formerly North Shore Ry. Electrica.

 

:256 Daly's Hill. [Electric maintenance car.]

 

:257 Sand conveyor. [Electric maintenance car.]

 

:258 Bus Trials on hill. Market Street Ry. Company.

 

:259 [Unidentified building. Formerly of Market Street Railway Company?]

 

:260 [Market Street Railway Company building.]

 

:261 United Railways Power House & Refugee Homes. May 23, 1906. [No. 249. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:262 A Group of Generators in the Bryant-Street Electrical Power House.

 

:263 [Unidentified group portrait, taken in Bryant St. Electrical Power House.] [R. Schlaich.]

 

:264 [Market Street Railway Company building.]

 

:265 United Railways Power Plant, with Its Saltwater.

 

:266 [Market Street Railway Company Power House.]

 

:267 [Market Street Railway Company Power House.]

 

:268 Market Street Ry. Sub Station (right). Turk & Fillmore Streets.

 

:269 During Car Strike. Market Street Ry. Sub Station. Turk & Fillmore Streets.

 

:270 Turk & Fillmore Carhouse.

 

:271 [Turk and Steiner. Carhouse.]

 

:272 S.F. before 1930. Turk & Fillmore Car Strike.

 

:273 Masonic Ave. and Fulton St. [May 19, 1913.]

 

:274 Masonic Ave. & Fulton St. looking N.E. [October 2, 1914.]

 

:275 [Electric car tracks and car house.]

 

:276 [Electric cars.]

 

:277 [Car house.]

 

:278 "H" St. Car House bet. 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] & 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Aves. [September 16, 1907.]

 

:279 ["H" Street Car House yards?]

 

:280 [Car plate: "Built in the United Railroad Shops San Francisco."]

 

:281 [Twenty-ninth Street Car House?]

 

:282 [View of Sunset District, Golden Gate Park, and northward to Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County. "H" Street Car House and yards, center?]

 

:283 Twenty-Ninth Street Carhouse.

 

:284 Turk & Fillmore Sts. Stables.

 

:285 Kentucky St. Carhouse.

 

:286 [Kentucky Street Carhouse.]

 

:287 [Kentucky Street Carhouse.]

 

:288 [Kentucky Street Carhouse.]

 

:289 [Twenty-Ninth Street Carhouse. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:290 [Car house. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:291 [Waller Street. Car house in background.]

 

:292 3rd [i.e. Third] St. & Channel Bridge looking north. [Electric car on bridge. August 3, 1928.]

 

:293 [Ferry Building. Electric car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad. Duplicate of 40:295.]

 

:294 Presidio & Ferries R.R. Carhouse. [December 21, 1908.]

 

:295 [Ferry Building. Electric car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad. Duplicate of 40:293.]

 

:296 [Ferry Building. Electric car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:297 Chris. Ferry Building. S.F., California. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers]. [Electric car. Presidio and Ferries Railroad.]

 

:298 Presidio & Ferries Ry. Co.'s barn -- Jackson St. [January 18?, 1902.]

 

:299 Municipal Railway Lines of San Francisco, California. 1920. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:300 [Crowds at Municipal Railway lines.]

 

:301 Opening of Municipal Railway, San Francisco. [December 28, 1912.]

 

:302 [Unidentified speaker at ceremony.]

 

:303 [Mayor James Rolph and family at railway ceremony.]

 

:304 [Mayor James Rolph and family at railway ceremony.]

 

:305 [Mayor James Rolph at railway ceremony.]

 

:306 [Mayor James Rolph and family at railway ceremony.]

 

:307 [Mayor James Rolph at railway ceremony.]

 

:308 [Mayor James Rolph family and party at railway ceremony.]

 

:309 [Ceremony at railway. Mayor James Rolph speaking from car.]

 

:310 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:311 California St. & 33rd [i.e. Thirty-third] Ave. 1923. [San Francisco Municipal Railway car.] [T. Wurm.]

 

:312 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:313 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:314 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:315 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:316 33rd [i.e. Thirty-third] Ave. & California St. [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:317 [Electric car at car house. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:318 [Decorated electric cars at car house. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:319 [Electric car at Ferry Building. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:320 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:321 [Electric car at Ferry Building. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:322 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:323 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:324 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway. Washington Square.]

 

:325 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:326 Uncompleted 19' sidewalks. Columbus Ave. north from Washington. [July 27, 1921.]

 

:327 [Interior. San Francisco Municipal Railway electric car.]

 

:328 [Interior. Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:329 [Operator and unidentified men. Interior of electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:330 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:331 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:332 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:333 San Mateo. [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:334 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:335 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:336 Geary & Mason Sts. April 14, 1926. [Wurm.]

 

:337 26th [i.e. Twenty-sixth] & Church Sts. [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:338 [Electric cars. San Francisco Municipal Railway yards.]

 

:339 [Electric car, west portal, Sunset Tunnel. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:340 [Electric car, west portal, Sunset Tunnel. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:341 [Electric car, east portal, Sunset Tunnel. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:342 [Bus. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:343 [Bus. San Francisco Municipal Railway. At Laguna Honda Station, Twin Peaks Tunnel.]

 

:344 10th [i.e. Tenth] Ave. & Fulton St. Terminal of "A" line and Sunset Bus. 1918. [San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:345 Municipal Railway. Car no. 302. Union St. Line. [Ted Wurm.]

 

:346 Dedication of Twin Peaks Tunnel. July 14, 1917. West Portal. (1) Mrs. James Rolph. 2. Mayor James Rolph. 3. M.M. O'Shaughnessy. 4. Timothy Riordan.

 

:347 [Gathering by railway.]

 

:348 [Twin Peaks Tunnel. East Portal. Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:349 [Twin Peaks Tunnel. West Portal. Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:350 [Laguna Honda Station. Twin Peaks Tunnel.]

 

:351 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:352 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:353 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:354 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:355 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:356 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:357 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:358 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:359 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:360 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:361 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:362 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:363 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:364 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:365 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:366 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:367 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:368 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:369 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:370 [Electric car lines. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:371 [Illegible]... line. Nineteenth to San Jose Boulevard. ["M" car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:372 "M". [Nineteenth to San Jose Boulevard. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:373 "M." Broad & Plymouth. [San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:374 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:375 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:376 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:377 [Electric car. San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:378 Municipal Ry. Buses. At Ferry, 1960.

 

:379 Minicipal Ry. Buses. Ferry Building. 1960.

 

:380 Geneva Carbarn. [San Francisco Municipal Railway.]

 

:381 [Car house.]

 

:382 Potrero Carbarn. 17th [i.e. Seventeenth] & Potrero.

 

:383 [Group portrait with electric car. Metropolitan Railway Company. Duplicate of 40:385.]

 

:384 [Electric car. Metropolitan Railway Company.]

 

:385 [Group portrait with electric car. Metropolitan Railway Company. Duplicate of 40:383.]

 

:386 [Group portrait with electric car. Carl Street Power House. Metropolitan Railway Company.]

 

:387 [Group portrait with electric car. Metropolitan Railway Company.]

 

:388 [Electric car. Metropolitan Railway Company. At entrance to Golden Gate Park.]

 

:389 Carl St. Powerhouse.

 

:390 The Big Engine in the Metropolitan Power House.

 

:391 San Francisco & San Mateo Ry. 30th [i.e. Thirtieth] & San Jose Avenue, San Francisco. 1897. Smallwood Coll.

 

:392 [Electric cars. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:393 [Electric cars. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:394 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:395 [Car house. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:396 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:397 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:398 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:399 [Electric car.]

 

:400 [Electric cars. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:401 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:402 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:403 [United States Mail electric car.]

 

:404 [Electric car. San Francisco and San Mateo Railway Company.]

 

:405 [Electric car. Mount Olivet Cemetery.] [Duplicate of 40:406.]

 

:406 [Electric car. Mount Olivet Cemetery.] [Cropped duplicate of 40:405.]

 

:407 [Electric car. Mount Olivet Cemetery.]

 

:408 [Electric car. Mount Olivet Cemetery.]

 

:409 [Electric car. Cypress Lawn [Cemetery?]]

 

:410 [Electric car. Mount Olivet Cemetery.]

 

:411 At Geneva Car House. San Francisco, Calif. 1902. Smallwood Coll.

 

:412 Sunnyside Power House.

 

:413 [Sunnyside Power House.]

 

:414 [Electric car. Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:415 [Electric car. Sutro Railroad Company. Duplicate of 40:417.]

 

:416 [Electric car. Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:417 [Electric car. Sutro Railroad Company. Duplicate of 40:415.]

 

:418 [Electric car. Sutro Heights and Sutro Castle (Cliff House). Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:419 [Car house. Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:420 [Car house. Market Street Railway Company. Formerly house of Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:421 [Car house. Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:422 [Electric car. Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:423 Sutro Car House. [June 27, 1907.]

 

:424 [Reproduction of transfer ticket. Market Street Railway Company.]

 

:425 [Reproduction of 1884 transfer ticket. Sutter Street Railroad Company.]

 

:426 [Reproduction of 1890 pass ticket. Ferries and Cliff House Railway.]

 

:427 [Reproduction of transfer ticket. Sutro Railroad Company.]

 

:428 Western Rapid Transit Co. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers]. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:429 [Bus. Western Rapid Transit Company. Photograph by Turrill and Miller.]

 

:430 1914. [Double decker bus.]

 

:431 [Overturned electric car.]

 

:432 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:433 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:434 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:435 [Electric car wreck. At Market St.]

 

:436 [Electric car wreck. At Market St.]

 

:437 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:438 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:439 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:440 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:441 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:442 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:443 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:444 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:445 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:446 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:447 [Electric car wreck.]

 

:448 [Ruins of electric car.]

 

:449 [Reparied section of electric car track.]

 

:450 [Electric car tracks under repair.]

 

Volume 41: Street Cars (Cities Other Than San Francisco)

 

:1 Sydney St. Tram Car. [Australia.] [Photograph by H. King.]

 

:2 Corner of Elizabeth and Park Sts. Sydney [Australia]. [Steam car.] [Photograph by H. King.]

 

:3 King St. Cable Car. Sydney [Australia]. Not running in 1936. Was running in 1902.

 

:4 [Illegible]... Cable Train. Sydney, Australia.

 

:5 Botany Bay Steam Dummy. Was running in 1902. [Sydney, Australia.]

 

:6 Railway Terminus. Sydney [Australia]. Botany Bay Steam Dummy. [Photograph by H. King.]

 

:7 Central East Street, Rockhampton, Queensland. "Steam Tram."

 

:8 [Street car. Sydney, Australia?]

 

:9 [Street car. Sydney, Australia?]

 

:10 [Street car. Sydney, Australia?]

 

:11 Kern County. [Electric street car. Bakersfield and Kern Electric Railway Company.]

 

:12 Bakersfield & Kern Ry. At Bakersfield. 1935. [Electric car.] [Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:13 Bakersfield, Cal. May, 1935. [Electric street car. Bakersfield and Kern Electric Railway Company.]

 

:14 Bakersfield, Cal. 1939. [Electric street car. Bakersfield and Kern Electric Railway Company.]

 

:15 [Street car. Burlingame Railway Company.]

 

:16 [Street car. Burlingame Railway Company.]

 

:17 110th [i.e. One Hundred Tenth] St., N.Y. [i.e. New York]. [Steam train on elevated railroad.]

 

:18 New York. [Steam trains on elevated railroad.]

 

:19 Eureka, Ca. [Municipal Railway car barn and yards.]

 

:20 Eureka Street Ry. car barn & yards at Eureka, Calif. The line has only 10 passenger cars and as only 4 are used at a time the others clutter up the yard.

 

:21 Front of Eureka Street Ry. at Eureka, Calif. 1938. [Municipal Railway Building.]

 

:22 [Eureka, California. Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:23 [Eureka, California. Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:24 Eureka, California. 1939. [Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:25 At end of California Street line. Eureka, California. 1940. [Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:26 Eureka, California. Photo taken 1938. Falk No. 1 at rear. [Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:27 [Eureka, California. Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:28 [Eureka, California. Municipal Railway electric street car.]

 

:29 Car No. 17. Eureka, Cal. July, 1940.

 

:30 Eureka Municipal Ry. Eureka, Calif. Sept., 1939. F.A. Guido. [Electric car.]

 

:31 Eureka Municipal Ry. Eureka, Calif. Sept., 1939. F.A. Guido. [Electric car.]

 

:32 Eureka Municipal Ry. Eureka, Calif. Sept., 1939. F.A. Guido. [Electric car.]

 

:33 Eureka, Cal. [Electric car.]

 

:34 Humboldt Transit Co. car No. 15 in front of the Court House in Eureka before 1906.

 

:35 No. 15 and No. 16 of the Eureka Street Ry. passing on a diamond on the E St. line at 7th [i.e. Seventh] and E.

 

:36 Inside view of Eureka St. Ry. car barn at Harris and J Sts. [Verso pictures sketched floorplan of car barn.]

 

:37 Eureka, Cal. car. Jan., 1939. [Electric street car. Municipal Railway.]

 

:38 Cars No. 28 & 33. Municipal Ry. of Eureka. At Eureka . April 8, 1939.

 

:39 Humboldt Transit Company car No. 8 at 2nd [i.e. Second] & E St. in Eureka about 1905.

 

:40 Eureka, Cal. Mar. 1939. [Electric street car.]

 

:41 Electric Ry., Richmond Cal. [Electric car. East Shore and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:42 New 50,000 Dollar Subway under Southern Pacific R.R. Showing S.P. Depot. 20th [i.e. Twentieth] St. & McDonald Av., Richmond. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:43 6th [i.e. Sixth] St. & McDonald Av., Richmond. Junction, Three Electric Car Lines. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:44 [Electric street car. East Shore and Suburban Railway Company. Richmond?]

 

:45 [Electric street car. East Shore and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:46 [Electric car. Glendale and Montrose Railway.]

 

:47 Guatemala City, 1926 -- Horse Car Fitted with Ford Eng. -- Crew of three (Conductor, Driver, Auditor). [Photograph by J.R. Slevin.]

 

:48 Albert F. Knorp, Manufacturer of Cable Cars. Main Street Mill, 130-136 Main Street. San Francisco, Cal. Cable cars rebuilt for Los Angeles, Cal. Probably ex Clay St. R.R. Cars of S.F. Second St. Cable R.R. ran from 2nd [i.e. Second] & Spring Sts. to 1st [i.e. First] St. and Belmont Ave. (then Texas Ave.), city limits. 1885. William Knorp Collection.

 

:49 [Cable cars. Los Angeles. Temple Street Cable Railway.]

 

:50 Decorated for Fiesta -- Los Angeles -- Week of April 11, 1894.

 

:51 [Cable car. Los Angeles. Second Street Cable Railroad Company.]

 

:52 Los Angeles, Cal. Main Street. [No. B32042. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.] [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:53 Los Angeles, 2nd [i.e. Second] Street from the hill. Second Street Cable R.R. Cars on Hill. St. Vibiana's Cathedral (right, round tower). [No. B2746. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.] [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:54 [Cable cars. Los Angeles. Temple Street Cable Railway. ]

 

:55 2nd [i.e. Second] & Broadway. Los Angeles. 1886. Second Street Cable R.R.. Ex Clay St. R.R. cars of S.F.

 

:56 Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles. [Cable cars.]

 

:57 North Broadway. [Cable cars on elevated tracks. Los Angeles. Los Angeles Cable Railway Company.]

 

:58 North Broadway. [Cable cars on elevated tracks. Los Angeles. Los Angeles Cable Railway Company.]

 

:59 Temple Street, Los Angeles. [Cable cars at construction site.]

 

:60 [Cable cars and operators. Los Angeles.]

 

:61 Two Cable trains on First Street Bridge on August 1, 1889 -- day of opening Cable Railway to Boyle Heights.

 

:62 First & Spring Streets. L.A. [Electric street car.]

 

:63 Second & Spring Streets. [Electric street car.]

 

:64 [Double-decker bus. Los Angeles Motor Coach Company.]

 

:65 [Double-decker bus. Los Angeles Motor Coach Company.]

 

:66 Hollywood and Wilcox Ave. Hollywood, Cal. 1888. [Street car.]

 

:67 Ex P.E. Ry. [i.e. Pacific Electric Railway]. No. 18. [Duplicate of 41:75.]

 

:68 The Trackless Trolley (First in America). Take Hollywood Laurel Canyon Cars at P. E. [i.e. Pacific Electric] Station 429 South Hill Street, connecting with Trackless Trolley in Laurel Canyon.

 

:69 Laurel Canyon, Hollywood, Calif. 1914. [Trackless electric trolley car. Los Angeles.] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:70 Descanso. Green & Stair. [Electric street car. Los Angeles.]

 

:71 [Electric shop car. Los Angeles Railway. Los Angeles.]

 

:72 [Electric street car. Temple Street. Los Angeles.]

 

:73 [Electric street car. Los Angeles.]

 

:74 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:75 Pacific Electric 18. [Electric street car. Duplicate of 41:67.]

 

:76 [Horse car. Los Angeles?]

 

:77 Car 1. Monrovia St. Ry. P.E. [i.e. Pacific Electric Railway] 288 in back. [Los Angeles?]

 

:78 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:79 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:80 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:81 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:82 [Electric street car. Pasadena line. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:83 [Elevated street car tracks.]

 

:84 Redondo. [Electric car. Los Angeles Pacific Company.]

 

:85 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric.]

 

:86 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric.]

 

:87 [Electric street car. Pacific Electric Railway Company.]

 

:88 Pac. Elec. [i.e. Pacific Electric Railway] 13. [Electric street car.] [From collection of Ira Swett.]

 

:89 Pacific Electric Ry. Co. Scrapped. [From collection of Ira Swett.]

 

:90 Ex Los Angeles Cars. At Parker Lyons Museum.

 

:91 Ex Park & Ocean R.R. car of S.F. [Electric car. Pacific Electric.]

 

:92 Ex Park and Ocean R.R. car of S.F. [Electric car. Pacific Electric.]

 

:93 Great Cable Incline of the Mount Lowe Railway. View from Terminus of Los Angeles Electric Road.

 

:94 Beautiful California -- Mt. Lowe Incline -- 3000 feet Long.

 

:95 Mount Lowe. [Electric car.]

 

:96 [Mount Lowe. Electric car.]

 

:97 Pacific Electric on top of [Illegible], Los Angeles.

 

:98 Los Angeles' first electric car. [Mount Lowe Railway.]

 

:99 [Street car. Los Angeles.]

 

:100 "Angel's Flight." Los Angeles.

 

:101-134 [Omitted.]

 

:135 Broad Street. Nevada City California. [Electric car.]

 

:136 Broad Street and Hotel National. Nevada City, California. [Electric car.]

 

:137 W. Main St., Grass Valley, Cal.

 

:138 State Highway, Between Grass Valley and Nevada City, California.

 

:139 Gold Flat, Banner Mountain in Distance. [Electric car.]

 

:140 Taken 1882. At the Corner of Piedmont Avenue and Pleasant Valley Avenue, continuation of Mather Street -- Martin Miller father of Charles M. Miller, driving car. [Oakland.]

 

:141 Broadway Horse Car Line -- Taken at the present 40th [i.e. Fortieth] Street Key Route Station.

 

:142 [Horse car. Oakland.]

 

:143 [Horse car. Oakland.]

 

:144 [Horse car. Oakland. Mountain View Railway. Broadway and Piedmont line.]

 

:145 [Horse car. Oakland. Mountain View Railway. Broadway and Piedmont line.]

 

:146 Broadway Horse Car line taken at 40th [i.e. Fortieth] and Broadway looking East. [Oakland. Mountain View Railway.]

 

:147 [Lacking.]

 

:148 Entrance to Mt. View Cemetery.

 

:149 [Lacking.]

 

:150 [Horse car. Mountain View Railway. Broadway and Piedmont line. Oakland.]

 

:151 [Car house. Fourteenth Street Railroad Company. Oakland.]

 

:152 [Horse car. C.U. & F. ST. R.R. CO. Berkeley.]

 

:153 [Horse car. C.U. & F. ST. R.R. CO. Berkeley.]

 

:l54 [Horse car. Fourteenth Street Railroad Company. Oakland.]

 

:155 About 1889 says Keefe. Nick Smith, driver. [Horse car. Highland Park and Fruitvale line.]

 

:156 7th [i.e. Seventh] & Market. [Horse car.]

 

:157 McClures Academy, 1889. [Horse car. Oakland Railroad Company.]

 

:158 [Horse car. Broadway System.]

 

:159 [Horse car. Fourteenth Street Railroad Company.]

 

:160 Fourteenth Street Horse Car Line to S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Depot taken at 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Center, Oakland. [Fourteenth Street Railroad Company.]

 

:161 [Horse car. Oakland. Fourteenth Street Railroad Company.]

 

:162 Tubbs Ry. to Fruit Vale. Taken 1890 Keefe says. 7th [i.e. Seventh] Av. & E. 12th [i.e. Twelfth] St. P.A. Carlson, driver. [Horse car. Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruitvale Railway.]

 

:163 [Horse car. Oakland Railroad Company.]

 

:164 [Horse car. Oakland Railroad Company.]

 

:165 [Horse car. Oakland.]

 

:166 [Street cars. Oakland Railroad Company. Duplicate of 41:171.]

 

:167 [Cable car. Oakland Cable Railway Company.]

 

:168 [Cable car. Oakland Cable Railway Company.]

 

:169 [Cable car. Oakland Cable Railway Company.]

 

:170 [Cable car. Oakland Cable Railway Company.]

 

:171 [Street cars. Oakland Railroad Company. Duplicate of 41:166.]

 

:172 [Street cars. Oakland Railroad Company.]

 

:173 San Pablo Cable Co. Car at the turn-table at 1st [i.e. First] and Broadway, Oakland.

 

:174 San Pablo & Park Avenues. Emeryville. Sappers.

 

:175 [Cable car. Oakland Cable Railway Company.]

 

:176 [Time table for Oakland Railroad Company cars. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:177 [Cable car. Oakland Railroad Company.]

 

:178 [Electric car. Oakland.]

 

:179 [Electric car. Oakland Railroad.]

 

:180 The First Telegraph Electric Car Line -- at 1st [i.e. First] and Broadway, Oakland. [Oakland Railroad Company.]

 

:181 [Electric car. Central Railway.]

 

:182 [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:183 [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:184 [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:185 [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:186 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] and Franklin Sts. [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:187 [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:188 [Electric car. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:189 [Electric car and operators. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:190 [Electric cars. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:191 [Electric cars. May 7, 1892. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:192 [Electric car and operators. Oakland, San Leandro and Hayward's Electric Railway.]

 

:193 [Electric car and operators. United States Mail. Mail Express car.]

 

:194 [Electric car. East Oakland Street Railroad Company. Duplicate of 41:197.]

 

:195 [Lacking.]

 

:196 [Electric cars on trestle. East Oakland Street Railroad Company.]

 

:197 [Electric car & operators. East Oakland Street Railroad Company. Duplicate of 41:194.]

 

:198 East Oakland Street Railroad Co. On Eighth Street East of Broadway. 1895. [Electric double- deck car.] [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:199 [Electric double-deck street car. East Oakland Street Railroad Company.]

 

:200 [Electric double-deck street car. East Oakland Street Railroad Company.]

 

:201 [Electric double-deck street car. East Oakland Street Railroad Company.]

 

:202 [Double-deck horse car. Highland Park and Fruit Vale.]

 

:203 [Double-deck horse car? Highland Park and Fruit Vale.]

 

:204 [Lacking.]

 

:205 [Electric double-deck street car. Highland Park and Fruit Vale.]

 

:206 [Electric car. Oakland and Berkeley R.T. Company.]

 

:207 Grove Street-Shattuck Avenue line at Alston and Dana Street, Berkeley. [Oakland and Berkeley R.T. Company.]

 

:208 [Electric car. Oakland and Berkeley R.T. Company.]

 

:209 [Electric car. Oakland and Berkeley R.T. Company.]

 

:210-213 [Omitted.]

 

:214 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:215 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:216 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:217 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:218 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:219 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:220 8th [i.e. Eighth] St. branch, Grove St. line, in Oakland. [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:221 Traffic congestion at 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] and Grove Streets looking south. [Electric cars.]

 

:222 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:223 [Electric cars. Thirteenth and Grove Streets. Oakland.]

 

:224 [Electric car.]

 

:225 [Electric car. Oakland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:226 One of Oakland's old freak cars used on 8th [i.e. Eighth] Street, Oakland.

 

:227 [Electric car. Oakland Transit Company.]

 

:228 [Electric car. Oakland Transit Company.]

 

:229 [Electric car.]

 

:230 [Electric car.]

 

:231 [Electric car. West Berkeley line.]

 

:232 [Electric car. Oakland Transit Company.]

 

:233 [Electric car.]

 

:234 [Lacking.]

 

:235 [Electric car.]

 

:236 [Lacking.]

 

:236a [Lacking.]

 

:236b [Lacking.]

 

:236c [Lacking.]

 

:236d [Electric car.]

 

:236e  [Lacking.]

 

:236f  [Lacking.]

 

:237 [Omitted.]

 

:238 [Omitted.]

 

:239 [Electric car. Alameda, Oakland and Piedmont Electric Railway Company?]

 

:240 [Electric car. Alameda, Oakland and Piedmont Electric Railway Company?]

 

:241 [Street car tracks. Oakland?]

 

:242 Taken 1887. [Electric car. Oakland. H. Casebolt's Elevated Railroad. Duplicate of 41:243.]

 

:243 [Electric car. Oakland. 1887. H. Casebolt's Elevated Railroad. Duplicate of 41:242.]

 

:244 [Street car. Oakland.]

 

:245 [Skipped.]

 

:246 [Skipped.]

 

:247 [Street car. Oakland. Piedmont and Mountain View Railway.]

 

:248 [Street car. Oakland. Piedmont and Mountain View Railway.]

 

:249 [Street car. Oakland. Piedmont and Mountain View Railway.]

 

:250 [Street car. Oakland. Piedmont and Mountain View Railway.]

 

:251 [Street car. Oakland. Piedmont and Mountain View Railway.]

 

:252 [Electric car. Oakland Transit Company.]

 

:253 [Electric car. Oakland Transit Company.]

 

:254 [Electric car. Oakland. Piedmont and Mountain View Railway.]

 

:255 [Omitted.]

 

:256-262 [Lacking.]

 

:263 [Electric car. Oakland.]

 

:264 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] & Bdy. [i.e. Broadway] from Tower Truck at 13th [i.e. Thirteenth]. [Oakland.] [Photograph by W.E. Gardiner.]

 

:265 [Fourteenth and Broadway. Downtown Oakland. Photograph by W.E. Gardiner.]

 

:266 [Fourteenth and Broadway. Downtown Oakland. Photograph by W.E. Gardiner.]

 

:267 [Electric street car.]

 

:268 [Electric street car.]

 

:269 Broadway, Oakland. [Electric street car.]

 

:270 [Parade. Electric car. Oakland?]

 

:271 1909. [Lacking.]

 

:272 [Electric car.]

 

:273 [Electric car. Oakland.]

 

:274 [Electric car. Oakland.]

 

:275 [Electric car. Oakland Traction Company.]

 

:276 Shattuck Ave. [Electric cars at station.]

 

:277 [Electric car. Oakland?]

 

:278 [Electric car. Oakland?]

 

:279 [Electric car off tracks.] [Photographs by Charles Smallwood.]

 

:280 [Electric car.]

 

:281 [Electric car.]

 

:282 [Electric car tracks. Richmond?]

 

:283 [Lacking.]

 

:284 [Electric car lines. Richmond.]

 

:285 [Electric car lines. Richmond.]

 

:286 [Electric car lines. Richmond.]

 

:287 [Electric car lines. Richmond.]

 

:288 [Electric car.]

 

:289 12th [i.e. Twelfth] St. Dam. [Electric car lines.]

 

:290 E. 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] St. west from Jones. 1896. Power station of the Hayward Electric line which started operation May 1892.

 

:291 [Oakland Traction Consolidated yards.]

 

:292 [Power station. Haywards Division, Oakland Traction Consolidated.]

 

:293 [Power station. Oakland Consolidated.]

 

:294 Highland Park & Fruitvale, 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Ave. Before 1893. Power house & carbons. Two Ball & 1 Hamilton-Corliss engine of 300 h.p. Power also supplied to East Oakland Ry.

 

:295 [Oakland Traction Consolidated building.]

 

:296 [Lacking.]

 

:297 [Electric car tracks.]

 

:298 [Bus. At Grove Street. Oakland?]

 

:299 [Bus. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:300 Petaluma, Cal. [Horse car. Advertising Must Hatch Incubator Company.]

 

:301 Paso Robles, Cal. [Horse car.]

 

:302 Portland, Oreg. [i.e. Oregon]. [Electric car. Portland Consolidated Street Railway Company.]

 

:303 [Street car. Portland Cable Railway Company.]

 

:304 Cable Cars to the Heights, Portland.

 

:305 At Washington, D.C. [Old street car. Municipal Railway of San Francisco. Used for promoting television program "The Lineup".]

 

:306 [Article on Reno, Nevada. Photograph caption: "Electric car line now operating between Reno and Sparks, the first trolley car line in the state of Nevada." Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:307 Car 7. Reno, Nev. [i.e. Nevada] -- May 1931. [Decrepit street car from Reno Traction Company. Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:308 Car 6. Reno, Nev. [i.e. Nevada] -- May 1931. [Decrepit street cars from Reno Traction Company. Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:309 Car 4. Reno, Nev. [i.e. Nevada] -- May 1931. [Decrepit street car. Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:310 [Electric car.]

 

:311 Car No. 14. Santa Clara St. San Jose, Cal. 1878. [Horse car.]

 

:312 Santa Clara Street, San Jose. [Horse car.]

 

:313 San Jose. [Horse car.]

 

:314 [Steam car and dummies at Alum Rock Park depot. San Jose.]

 

:315 [Composite print: Alum Rock Park Railroad Depot; Alum Rock Railway Tunnel.]

 

:316 San Jose & Alum Rock. Steam dummy No. 2 & trailor [sic] at Alum Rock Park, 1900.

 

:317 [Electric car at Alum Rock Park depot. San Jose.]

 

:318 [Electric car. Alum Rock Park tunnel. San Jose.]

 

:319 Tunnel & car. [Illegible]... Alum Rock Park. San Jose.

 

:320 Alum Rock Park. San Jose.

 

:321 San Jose & Santa Clara Co. Railroad Co. [Electric car.]

 

:322 San Jose Peninsular Ry. -- Cal. [Electric car.]

 

:323 [Electric car. San Jose and Los Gatos Interurban[?] Railroad Company.]

 

:324 [Electric car. San Jose?]

 

:325 [Electric car. San Jose and Los Gatos Interurban[?] Railroad Company.]

 

:326 [Electric car. San Jose.]

 

:327 San Jose. [Electric car. Santa Clara Street?]

 

:328 [Car house. San Jose and Santa Clara County Railroad Company.]

 

:329 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad.]

 

:330 [Electric cars. San Jose Railroad.]

 

:331 1938. [Electric car. San Jose Railroad. Verso diagramed with manuscript design measurements of car.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:332 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:333 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:334 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:335 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:336 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad.] [Verso diagramed with design measurements of car.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:337 [Electric car. San Jose Railroad. 1938.] [Verso diagramed with design measurements of car.] [From collection of Charles Smallwood.]

 

:338 First Street, San Jose, Cal. Looking south.

 

:339 [Horse cars at boardwalk, Santa Cruz.]

 

:340 East Santa Cruz R.R. No. 1. [Horse car. East Santa Cruz Railroad.]

 

:341 [Electric car at bridge. Capitola?]

 

:342 [Electric car. At beach.]

 

:343 [Twin Lakes station.]

 

:344 [Electric car lines at beach. Santa Cruz.]

 

:345 [Electric car. Santa Cruz, Garfield Park and C.E.[?] Railway Company.]

 

:346 [Electric car. Union Traction Company. Santa Cruz?]

 

:347 [Electric car. Union Traction Company. Santa Cruz?]

 

:348 [Electric car. Union Traction Company. Santa Cruz?]

 

:349 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz, California. [Electric car.]

 

:350 [Electric car. Santa Cruz?]

 

:351 Santa Cruz. [Electric car.]

 

:352 Santa Cruz Hotel. [Street car.]

 

:353 [Electric car. At beach, Santa Cruz.]

 

:354 Mission St. Santa Cruz, 1920. [Electric maintenance car.]

 

:355 [Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz.]

 

:356 [Electric car. Santa Cruz? Union Traction Company.]

 

:357 Santa Cruz, Cal. [Electric car. Union Traction Company.]

 

:358 Pacific Avenue. Santa Cruz. [Horse cars. Copy print of two images.]

 

:359 [Electric car. Santa Cruz.]

 

:360 Florence Hotel. San Diego. [Electric car.]

 

:361 Hotel Florence. San Diego, Calif. [Electric car.] [Photograph by Waite.]

 

:362 Early electric motor. San Diego. 1888. [Electric Rapid Transit car.]

 

:363 Early electric train. San Diego. 1888. Closed car 12. Electric Rapid Transit at top. Florence and University Heights on car with lot people.

 

:364 Trailer on dummy line. Pacific Steamship pier. San Diego.

 

:365 Looking Up H. Street from 4th [i.e. Fourth] St. San Diego. [Horse cars.]

 

:366 Fairmont Railroad. 1893. Operated 2 years. 1 1/4 miles. Cost $7,500. Connected with Colfax Ave. Elec. Ry. & Fairmont Cemetery. [Steam line.]

 

:367 About 1890. [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:368 [Cable?] car converted to trolley. 1897. San Diego, California. [Citizens Traction Company.]

 

:369 Double-deck trolley. 1st trip, 1892. San Diego, Calif. [San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:370 [Electric double-deck street car. San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:371 San Deigo. [Horse car tracks.]

 

:372 Car 96. San Diego, California. [San Diego Electric Railway Company?]

 

:373 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:374 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:375 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:376 [Double-deck street car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:377 San Diego Electric. This was a double enden but was rebuilt.

 

:378 [Electric service car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:379 S.D.E. [i.e. San Diego Electric]. EBL 3rd [i.e. Third] Ave. Ry.

 

:380 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:381 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:382 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:383 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:384 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:385 San Diego Electric. 225.

 

:386 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:387 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:388 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:389 S.D.E. [i.e. San Diego Electric]. Ex Salt Lake.

 

:390 [Electric car. San Diego Electric Railway.]

 

:391 [Electric car. Point Loma Railroad Company.]

 

:392 [Electric cars. San Diego Electric Railway Company.]

 

:393 [Steam line. Coronado Beach Railroad.] [Photograph by Herbert R. Fitch.]

 

:394 [Steam line. Coronado Beach Railroad.]

 

:395 [Steam engine. Coronado Railroad Company. 1906.]

 

:396 [Steam line. Coronado Railroad Company.]

 

:397 Coronado Belt Line -- 1888. [Coronado Railroad Company.]

 

:398 [Electric double-deck car. Coronado Railroad Company.]

 

:399 Coronado R.R. Co.. Coronado, Cal. [Electric double-deck car.]

 

:400 Sacramento Northern No. 61, Ghost, street car in Chico, Calif. See page à of Feb. 1939 Railroad Magazine. Al Phelps.

 

:401 [Electric car. Sacramento Electric Gas and Railway Company.]

 

:402 [Electric car. Sacramento? Pacific, Gas and Electric.]

 

:403 Pacific, Gas & Electric 40. Taken at Sacramento, Ca. October 3, 1937.

 

:404 Sacramento, California. [Electric car.]

 

:405 [Electric car. Sacramento?]

 

:406 Stockton. [Electric car.]

 

:407 Stockton, California. [Electric car.]

 

:408 Stockton. [Electric car. Photograph by Logan.]

 

:409 Stockton, Cal. 1939. Car 49. [Electric car.]

 

:410 About 1919. Junked 1921. [Electric car. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:411 [Electric car. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:412 [Electric car. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:413 [Electric car. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:414 [Electric car. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Company.]

 

:415 State Street. Santa Barbara, Cal. Ca. 1910. [Electric cars.]

 

:416 Seattle, Washington. [Passenger car.]

 

:417 Seattle Street Rys. Seattle, Washington. [Horse car.]

 

:418 [Electric cars. Seattle Construction Company.]

 

:419 [Freight car. Lake Washington Package Express and Freight.]

 

:420 [Cable cars. Seattle City Railway Company.]

 

:421 [Cable cars. Seattle City Railway Company.]

 

:422 [Cable car. Seattle City Railway Company.]

 

:423 [Cable car. Seattle City Railway Company.]

 

:424 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:425 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:426 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:427 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:428 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:429 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:430 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington? Madison Street Cable Railway Company.]

 

:431 [Seattle?] Street Railway, copied from a ...[illegible] card and enlarged in the copying. [Horse car. Seattle, Washington?]

 

:432 [Steam line? Seattle, Washington?]

 

:433 West Seattle, Wash. [i.e. Washington]. [Cable car.]

 

:434 Power House, Yesler Avenue Cable Line, Seattle. [Lake Washington Cable Railroad Company.]

 

:435 [Cable car. Seattle, Washington?]

 

:436 Seattle Municipal Railway, No. 20. Cable car.

 

:437 Seattle Electric Company. About 1908. Kinnear Park at top. [Electric car.]

 

:438 Seattle. [Street car.]

 

:439 [Street car. Seattle, Washington?]

 

:440 Seattle. [Street car.]

 

:441 [Electric car. Seattle, Washington?]

 

:442 [Electric maintenance car.]

 

:443 Seattle Street Ry. Seattle, Washington. [Horse car.] [Photograph by Archie Gilfillan.]

 

:444 Tacoma [Washington]. [Street car.]

 

:445 Tacoma, Wash. [i.e. Washington] cable car no. 81. 1892-1938.

 

:446 Tacoma [Washington]. [Electric car. ]

 

:447 Tacoma [Washington]. [Electric car. ]

 

:448 Tacoma [Washington]. [Electric car. ]

 

:449 Tacoma. April 10, 1938. The last car over the ...[illegible] (cable).

 

:450 Tacoma [Washington]. [Electric car.]

 

:451 Tacoma [Washington]. [Electric car.]

 

:452 Tacoma, Washington. [Cable car.]

 

:453 Cable car 81 -- Tacoma, Wash. -- Pho. on last day of operation -- Apr., 1938.

 

:454 Peckham's "Radial Geared" Cantilever Truck. [Rapid Transit Company. Newark, New Jersey. Photograph by Schill.]

 

:455 Clark St., S. from Randolph. Chicago [Illinois].

 

:456 Palmdale, So. Cal. desert. About 1890 or 5 [i.e. 1895]. [Decrepit street cars.]

 

:457 [Horse car lines. Elevated railway tracks. New York?]

 

:458 [Copy print of two images of two horse cars. New York.]

 

:459 [Electric car. Watsonville Transportation Company.]

 

:460 Beach-Edison Storage Battery Car. [Burlingame Railway Company.]

 

:461 [Street car. With horse in tow. Ontario and San Antonio Heights Railroad Company.] [Photograph by Wesner.]

 

:462 [Electric car. Ontario and San Antonio Heights Railroad Company.]

 

:463 [Horse car. Marysville and Yuba City line.]

 

:464 [Street car. Down Town Railroad Company.]

 

:465 [Illustration of railway car head-light. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:466 [Illustration of alarm register punch. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:467 [Illustration of various railway fare boxes. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

Volumes 50-51.

Subseries 2: California Railroads, Short Lines. Ca. 1888-1966

Physical Description: 1,360 Photographs.
 

Volume 50: California Railroads -- Short Lines A-L

 

:1 "The Midnight Express Leaving the Station". Copy of Currier & Ives lithograph.

 

:2 [Unidentified railway worker.]

 

:3 [Alameda Belt Line. Engine No. 1.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:4 1934. [Alameda Belt Line. Engine No. 1.]

 

:5 [Alameda Belt Line. Engine No. 2.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:6 1934. [Alameda Belt Line. Engine No. 2.]

 

:7 Arcata & Mad River R.R.

 

:8 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad?]

 

:9 Bayside Lumber Co. Humboldt Co., Cal. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad?]

 

:10 Porter. Arcata & Mad River Engine No. 1. [Actually No. 7.]

 

:11 Arcata & Mad River. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:12 Arcata & Mad River R.R. Korbel, Ca. [Roundhouse.]

 

:13 Arcata & Mad River R.R. Arcata, Ca. [Roundhouse.]

 

:14 Arcata & Mad River R.R. [Roundhouse.]

 

:15 [Arcata & Mad River R.R. Engine and crew.] [Photograph by G.W. Miller.]

 

:16 This shows the entire power of the Arcata & Mad River Ry. in the roundhouse at Korbel, Calif., in June 1914.

 

:17 A. & M.R.R.R. [i.e. Arcata and Mad River Railroad]. [Engine No. 3.]

 

:18 Arcata & Mad River R.R. Korbel Engines. [Engine house.]

 

:19 Arcata & Mad River No. 3. From Negative loaned by Lloyd Stine of Eureka. [From collection of W.A. Silverthorn.]

 

:20 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Engine No. 3.]

 

:21 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Passenger car.]

 

:22 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Engine No. 5.]

 

:23 Arcata & Mad River R.R. [Engine No. 5. Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:24 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Unidentified group on lumber cars.] [Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:25 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Lumber yard at tracks.] [Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:26 Arcata & Mad River R.R. [Engine No. 5. Lumber yards. Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:27 [Arcata & Mad River R.R. Engine No. 6.]

 

:28 A. & M.R.R.R. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad.] [Engine No. 6.]

 

:28a [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Engine No. 6, decorated.]

 

:28b Arcata & Mad River R.R. Northern Redwood Lumber Co. engine No. 12 hauling rail fans. 1954.

 

:28c Arcata & Mad River R.R. [Hauling lumber.]

 

:28d [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Lumber cars.]

 

:29 Arcata & Mad River R.R. [Freight cars.]

 

:30 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad freight cars.]

 

:31 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad caboose.]

 

:32 Arcata & Mad River R.R. No. 12 at Eureka, Calif. Mar. 7, 1956. On her way to her new owner, Southwest Lumber Co. of McNary, Arizona. [Photograph by Carl Christensen.]

 

:33 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Engine No. 7.]

 

:34 [Arcata and Mad River Railroad. Engine No. 7.]

 

:35 Depot at Arcata, Ca. July, 1940. A. & M.R.R.R. [i.e. Arcata and Mad River Railroad].

 

:36 [Depot at Arcata, California. July, 1940. Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:37 July, 1940. A. & M.R.R.R. [i.e. Arcata and Mad River Railroad]. [Post office station at Blue Lake, California.]

 

:38 July, 1940. Arcata, Ca. [Train yard.]

 

:39 Arcata & Mad River R.R. At Blue Lake, Cal. [Photograph by Freeman Art Co.]

 

:40 Korbel. [Lumber yards. Arcata and Mad River Railroad.] [Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:41 Korbel. [Water tank. Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:42 Korbel. [Lumber yards. Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:43 [Illegible]... at log loading station. Centennial. Arcata and Mad River Railroad. [Korbel, California?]

 

:44 Celebration at Blue Lake. Centennial. Arcata & Mad River R.R.

 

:45 Rail barn at Korbel. Centennial. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:46 Engine [No. 12] at Blue Lake. Centennial. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:47 Rail fan trip. 1954. Northern Redwood Lumber Company train Korbel. Arcata and Mad River Railroad.

 

:48 Centennial train [illegible], May 1954. Northern Redwood Lumber Co. tracks into woods east of Korbel. Flat cars with ...[illegible]... and commuters. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:49 [Illegible] commute car. Centennial. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:50 Log car. Centennial. [Arcata and Mad River Railroad.]

 

:51 [Engine No. 7. Amador Central Railroad.]

 

:52 Ione, Ca. [Amador Central Railroad Ticket Office.]

 

:53 Amador Central. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:54 Amador Central. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 5. Amador Central Railroad.]

 

:56 [Engine No. 7. Amador Central Railroad.]

 

:57 At Martel. [Engine No. 6. Amador Central Railroad.]

 

:58 [Engine No. 7. Amador Central Railroad.]

 

:59 At Martel. [Engine No. 8. Amador Central Railroad.]

 

:60 We Penn. Old engines at West Oakland Black Diamond Coal Company, 1900. [Copyright 1914 by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:61 [ We Penn engine? Cf. 50:60.]

 

:62 Bay Point & Clayton R.R. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:63 [Passenger car. Bay Point and Clayton Railroad Company.]

 

:64 [Bay Point and Clayton Railroad Company car, with Cowell Portland Cement Company engine.]

 

:65 Bucksport & Eel River R.R.

 

:66 [Lacking.]

 

:67 Boca & Loyalton R.R. No. 4, 2-6-0, built by Baldwin Locomotive Works. Photo taken at Boca, Cal., when the B. & L.R.R., a logging road, was still running but does not now exist. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1932. [Lacking.]

 

:68 A logging train on the Boca & Loyalton R.R. when the road was doing business years ago. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1935.

 

:69 No. 3. Boca & Loyalton Ry. No data.

 

:70 Rotary snow plow in action on B. & L.R.R. [i.e. Boca and Loyalton Railroad]. No. 1. The start at Loyalton. [Copyright 1911 by P.J. Thompson.]

 

:71 Boca and Loyalton Railroad No. 7 and V & T [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] caboo coach No. 7. [Verso: B. & L. Eng. No. 7 and coach at Portola before W.P.Ry. [i.e. Western Pacific Railway] was built. Civil engineer Virgil C. Boque and his crew.]

 

:72 [Engine No. 10. California Railway.]

 

:73 California Railway No. 10, a steeple type electric engine used on the Cal. Ry. [i.e. California Railway] when the line was electrified. The road was used to haul out rock from the quarries at Leona Heights and to carry passengers to the picnic grounds there. Street cars and busses now run in this district of Oakland. At Leona Heights terminal. D.L. Joslyn, collection. 1933.

 

:74 Interurban Electric Car on the California Railway. [Photograph by Charles Smallwood. Duplicate of 50:82.]

 

:75 California Ry. Fruitvale. 1890s. [Verso: Leona Hts. Oakland, Cal.] [Engine No. 2. California Railway.]

 

:76 [Lacking.]

 

:77 [Lacking.]

 

:78 [Lacking.]

 

:79 Electric Motor Car -- California Railway Company.

 

:80 Steam Road Passenger Coach, Mounted on No. 27 Trucks. [California Railway.]

 

:81 Electric train of three cars -- California Railway Co.

 

:82 Interurban Electric Car on the California Railway. [Duplicate of 50:74.]

 

:83 California Railway. Electric Engine at the Park St. Bridge -- Alameda. 1898. [Copy photograph from a poor quality halftone in an unidentified print source.]

 

:84 Leona Heights, [Oakland, Calif.] [California Railway stop in hills.]

 

:85 [Lacking.]

 

:86 [Lacking.]

 

:87 [Lacking.]

 

:88 [Lacking.]

 

:89 [Lacking.]

 

:90 [Lacking.]

 

:91 [Lacking.]

 

:92 California & Nevada R.R. train at Emerys, (now Emeryville). This Station was where the Key Route and Santa Fe are now at Yerba Buena and San Pablo Aves. This is the first train to leave with passengers over the road out through Berkeley to San Pablo and then through the San Pablo Canyon to Bryant, near Orinda. This picture was taken in about 1889. Looking southeast toward Oakland. Engine No. 1, the Oakland and car No. 1.

 

:93 California & Nevada R.R. No. 1, Oakland, 2-6-0, built by H.K. Porter & Co. about 1889. Photo taken at Bryant station which was where the junction of the Tunnel Road and Moraga road is now near Orinda, Calif. L.S. Slevin., collection.

 

:93a California & Nevada R.R. train with engine No. 1 on trestle near the Fish Farm in San Pablo Canyon about the year 1891. Lower picture [50:94] taken in 1932 from about the same location.

 

:94 [Near Fish Farm in San Pablo Canyon? See caption 50:93a. California and Nevada Railroad.]

 

:95 California & Nevada R.R. No. 3, Mt. Diablo, 2-6-0, built by H.K. Porter & Co. about 1889. Builders No. 610. Photo taken near entrance to San Pablo Canyon, about 1½ mile north-east of San Pablo Avenue. San Pablo Bay and Marin Hills in far background.

 

:96 California & Nevada R.R. train with engine No. 1 at Orinda station in San Pablo Canyon.

 

:97 California & Nevada R.R. engine No. 3 with crew. In San Pablo Canyon near Fargo station.

 

:98 Near Orinda. C. & N.R.R. [i.e. California and Nevada Railroad]. [Lacking.]

 

:98a [Lacking.]

 

:98b [Lacking.]

 

:99 Union Lumber Company's Mill. Fort Bragg, Cal. [Fort Bragg Railroad?]

 

:100 Fort Bragg R.R.

 

:101 [Engine No. 1. Fort Bragg Railroad Company.]

 

:102 [Fort Bragg Railroad. Engine with logging cars.]

 

:103 [Fort Bragg Railroad. Engine No. 2.]

 

:104 Hauling logs by rail 12 miles. Fort Bragg R.R.

 

:105 Fort Bragg R.R. [Engine No. 3.]

 

:106 California Western R.R. & Nav. Co. Engine No. 4.

 

:107 [Engine No. 4. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:108 Fort Bragg Railroad No. 3. Harold Mentzer.

 

:109 [Engine No. 5. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:110 Cal. West [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Co.]. 1908.

 

:111 [Engine No. 5. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:112 [Engine No. 5. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:113 [Engine No. 5 being moved by crane. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:114 [Engine No. 5. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:115  [Engine No. 5. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:116 C.W.R. & N. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. [Engine No. 6.] [Postcard.]

 

:117 [Engine No. 6. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:118 [Engine No. 6. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:118a California Western R.R. Engine No. 4. Crew. [Lacking.]

 

:119 [Engine No. 6. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:120 C.W.R. & N. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. Engine No. 7.

 

:121 At Willets [i.e. Willits]. [Engine No. 7. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:122 C.W.R. & Nav. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. Engine No. 8.

 

:123 [Engine No. 8. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:124 [Engine No. 11. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:130.]

 

:125 [Engine No. 11. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:132.]

 

:126 [Engine No. 12. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:127, 50:136 and 50:138.]

 

:127 [Engines No. 12, 11, 17 and 3. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:126, 50:136 and 50:138.]

 

:128 [Engine No. 17. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:129 [Engines No. 17, 38 and 21. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:130 [Engine No. 11. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:124.]

 

:131 [Engine No. 11. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:132 [Engine No. 11. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:125.]

 

:133 [Engine No.] 11 & logger. [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:134 Logger ...[illegible]... engine just in from woods. [Engine No.] 17. [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:135 [Engine No. 17. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:136 [Engines No. 12, 11, 17 and 3. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:126, 50:127 and 50:138.]

 

:137 [Engine No. 11 and crew. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:149.]

 

:138 [Engine No. 12. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:126, 50:127 and 50:136.]

 

:139 [Engine No. 12. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:140 California Western No. 12. Taken at Fort Bragg, April 10, 1938. Built by Baldwin in 1915. Drivers, 40". Cylinders, 15" x 25". Weight on drivers, 80,000 lbs. Steam, 170 lbs. [From collection of W.A. Silverthorn.]

 

:141 [Engine No. 17. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:142 California Western No. 17. Taken at Fort Bragg, April 10, 1938. Built by Baldwin in 1909. Was originally number 7. Number changed to 17 in 1924. Drivers, 44". Cylinders, 15" x 22". Wt. on drivers, 72,000 lbs. Steam, 170 lbs. Was scrapped late in 1938. [From collection of W.A. Silverthorn.]

 

:143 [Engines 22, 21, and unidentifiable. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:144 [Row of engines. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:144a California Western R.R. Engine No. 11. Engineer. Fort Bragg. April 27, 1940. 1789 C-90. Pat Dempsey. [Lacking.]

 

:145 [Engine No. 14. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:146 [Engine No. 14. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:147 [Engine No. 14. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:148 [Engine No. 1. Unidentified company.]

 

:149 [Engine No. 11 and crew. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Duplicate of 50:137.]

 

:150 [Engine No. 21. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:151 Eng. 21. Fireman Wiess. Eng. Cap Munson. Helper engine. Coach 43 on Depot Track 1. Baldwin engine. Built new -- 1920.

 

:152 [Engine No. 21 and automobile. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:153 [Engine No. 21, hauling logs. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:154 [Engine No. 21. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:155 [Engine No. 21. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:156 [Engine No. 21. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:157 [Engine No. 21. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:158 [Engine No. 22. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:159 [Engine No. 22. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:160 [Engine No. 23. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:161 [Engine No. 23. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:162 Jan.-10-36 [i.e. 1936]. Gustafason Fireman killed. Eng. 23 -- 7 miles up Noyo from Ft. Bragg. [Wreck site. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:163 [Engine No. 23. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:164 [Engine No. 23. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:165 [Engine No. 23. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:166 One that was in wreck. [Engine No. 23. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:167 Fort Bragg. [Engine No. 38. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:168 [Engine No. 22. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:169 White Building in North-Company Hospital. Depot, Ft. Bragg. Team tracks right. Beginning of Wye & Yards west-left. Town main drag one block -- east, right. Ocean two blocks -- left-west. Picture taken from roof of pass station. George Wiese fire. Art Hansen -- my pal -- cond. -- walking on platform, left. Eng. 22. Como. No. 2. Observation -- No. 43. Wood stoves, steam heated and electric lighted coaches.

 

:170 Willits, Ca. [Engine No. 22. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:171 Fort Bragg. Eng. 21 at oil pit. Out main line 1 mile. [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:172 Engine 22, going into round house. Engines inside: 11-12-17-23-U.R.R.-Shay-No. 20 and 38, 4-6-0. Baldwin. Built 1921. [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:173 Ft. Bragg Road. Art Hansen. M.F. Donohue. [Engine No. 36. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:174 [Engine No. 36. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:175 Cal. West. Ry. & Nav. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. [Engine No. 36.]

 

:176 [Engine No. 41. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:177 Old 41, 0-6-0, goat. Ran for 35 yrs. An old U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific] Baldwin. Was bought at Portland, and shipped here by boat in 1898. On scrap track south of the mill one mile on Noyo Pt. Track. Also wrecked steam shovel. [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:178 Fort Bragg, Ca. [Engine No. 38. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:178a Willits, 1904. 1040 C-50. Cal. [i.e. California] Western R.R. Engine No. 31 and crew. [Lacking.]

 

:179 [Engine No. 41. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:180 Picnic Special. Fort Bragg. The house under the cross is the Dempsey guest house. Where the company entertains lumber men. The old Fort stood on this knoll. This is our depot -- Picnic train just leaving for Eagles Nest 20 miles up the river. Ma & Aunt Laura went with us. This is looking south. Round house at right. Eng. 17 on track. Saddle tank. Northwestern Pacific baggage and Pullman car Bonnie Brae on no. 1 track. Yards to right. Mill below round house. Engineer Kennedy. Fireman Munson. Conductor Silva. Brakeman Hansen. Brakeman Reynolds. Eagles Picnic train. July. 15 cars passengers out. 15 cars drunks back. Main Street 1 block to left.

 

:181 [Engine No. 44. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:182 [Engine No. 44. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:183 [Engine No. 44. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:184 At Fort Bragg. June 1, 1966. [Engine No. 45. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:185 Cal. Wes. R.R. [i.e. California Western Railroad] No. 45. Willits. June 1, 1966.

 

:186 Irmulco. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:187 "The Skunk." California Western R.R. No. 45. At Fort Bragg. 1965. Bruce MacGregor collection.

 

:188 [Coach train. California Western Railroad.]

 

:189 [Coach train. California Western Railroad.]

 

:190 [Coach. California Western Railroad.]

 

:191 The Skunk. Willits-Fort Bragg. [California Western Railroad.] [Color postcard. Postmarked 1966.]

 

:192 [Coach train. California Western Railroad.]

 

:193 [Coach train. California Western Railroad.] [Photograph by Doug Richter.]

 

:194 California Western R.R. M-50. Original "Skunk."

 

:195 California Western No. 51. Fort Bragg, California. January [10?], 1957. Photograph by Carl Christensen.

 

:196 California Western engine No. 52 at Fort Bragg. Aug. 10, 1956.

 

:197 [Passenger car. California Western Railroad.]

 

:198 The Skunk. Willits-Fort Bragg. [Color Postcard.]

 

:198a Cal. [i.e. California] Western R.R. Box car No. 461. Willits 1940.

 

:199 [Passenger car 43. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:202.]

 

:200 U.I.W. S.F. [Unidentified passenger car lifted by crane at wharf.]

 

:201 [Passenger car 42. California Western Railroad.]

 

:202 [Passenger car 43. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:199.]

 

:203 Car 44. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:204 [Passenger car 44. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:276.]

 

:205 [Passenger car 44. California Western Railroad.]

 

:206 Car No. 42. [California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:208.]

 

:207 [Interior. Passenger car. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:209.]

 

:208 [Car No. 42. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:206.]

 

:209 [Interior. Passenger car. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:207.]

 

:209a Car No. 43. Fort Bragg. Cal- [i.e. California] Western R.R. Motor car & Passenger car. [Lacking.]

 

:210 Motor 100 at Pass depot. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:211 [Passenger car No. 44. California Western Railroad.]

 

:211a Cal- [i.e. California] Western R.R. Passenger cars & cabooses. [Lacking.]

 

:212 Fort Bragg. Logging cars in from 10 Mile country. Eng. 38. Looking north. [California Western Railroad.] [Postcard.]

 

:213 [Engine No.] 38 at oil pit. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:214 Ten Mile River Branch. Logger -- Eng. 38. Over Pudding Creek, N. of Ft. Bragg. From 10 mile country.

 

:215 Fort Bragg. [California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:222.]

 

:216 Ten Mile River. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:217 Fort Bragg. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:218 [Caboose No. 04. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:220.]

 

:219 May 1937 ca. Caboose No. 04. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:220 [Caboose No. 04. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:218.]

 

:221 Cal. [i.e. California] Western R.R. Glen Blair. [Lacking.]

 

:222 [Fort Bragg. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:215.]

 

:223 Fort Bragg. Dr. Evans. 1965. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:224 [Caboose. California Western Railroad.]

 

:225 Fort Bragg. [Train with caboose No. 04. California Western Railroad.]

 

:226 [Fire car No. 030. California Western Railroad.]

 

:227 Fort Bragg. [Logging train. California Western Railroad.]

 

:228 Blair Redwood Shay No. 1. [Ex?] Usal Redwood No. 1. Scrapped.

 

:229 Union Redwood Co. No. 2. Ex Glen Blair Redwood No. 2.

 

:230 Glen Blair Redwood.

 

:231 Noyo River. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:231a Cal. [i.e. California] Western R.R. No. 45 and train. 6/66 [i.e. June, 1966]. [Lacking.]

 

:232 Willits, Ca. [Depot. California Western Railroad.]

 

:233 [Willits station. California Western Railroad.]

 

:234 Willits. [Passenger engine. California Western Railroad.]

 

:235 Willets [i.e Willits]. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:236 At Willets [i.e. Willits]. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:237 Willets [i.e. Willits]. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:238 Willets [i.e. Willits]. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:239 Willets [i.e. Willits]. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:240 Willets [i.e. Willits]. [Portal to tunnel. California Western Railroad.]

 

:241 C.W.R. & N. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. East Portal, Summit Tunnel. [Actually referring to 50:240.]

 

:242 Summit Tunnel. East Portal. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:243 Summit Tunnel. West Portal. California-Western Railroad. June 1, 1966.

 

:243a Cal. [i.e. California] Western R.R. Tunnel Pudding Creek. [Lacking.]

 

:243b Cal. [i.e. California] Western R.R. Northspur Station. [Lacking.]

 

:244 A Trestle on California Western Railroad and Navigation Co.

 

:245 Crowley Loop. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:246 [Trestle. California Western Railroad.]

 

:247 [Car on trestle. California Western Railroad.]

 

:248 Winding down the Mountain. C.W.R. & N. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company].

 

:249 Fort Bragg, Mendocino County, California. [Promotional photograph for automobile stage.]

 

:250 End of the Line, Irmulca [i.e. Irmulco], California.

 

:251 [Irmulco station. California Western Railroad.]

 

:252 [Bridge. California Western Railroad.]

 

:253 Taking water at Irmulco. Engine No. 45. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:254 Irmulco. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:255 [Northspur station. California Western Railroad.]

 

:256 Irmulco. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:257 [Irmulco station? California Western Railroad.]

 

:258 Cal. [i.e. California] Western.

 

:259 [Logging train. California Western Railroad.]

 

:260 C.W.R.R. & Nav. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. Noyo River.

 

:261 20 miles from Fort Bragg. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:261a Cal [i.e. California] Western R.R. Water Tank. [Lacking.]

 

:262 Fort Bragg Woods. Camp 8. [California Western Railroad.] [Photograph by Fitch.]

 

:263 [Logging train. California Western Railroad.]

 

:264 California Western R.R. [Logging train.]

 

:265 Cal. Western R.R. [Logging cars.]

 

:266 [Logging cars. California Western Railroad.]

 

:267 At Alpine. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:268 Alpine. Looking west. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:269 [Bridge. California Western Railroad.]

 

:270 Alpine Hotel, Duffey, Mendocino Co., Cal. C.W.R.R. & Nav. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company].

 

:271 Navaro. [Logging cars. California Western Railroad.]

 

:272 Pudding Creek. California Western R.R. & Nav. Co.

 

:273 Tunnel No. 1. West Portal. Between Pudding Creek and Noyo River. June 1, 1966. [California Western Railroad.]

 

:274 Fort Bragg. [Station. California Western Railroad.]

 

:275 Fort Bragg. [Station. California Western Railroad.]

 

:276 [Passenger car No. 44. California Western Railroad. Duplicate of 50:204.]

 

:277 Picnic Special. Fort Bragg, Ca. Main line looking N.E. Leaving Ft. Bragg . Brakeman Graves giving hightail on hind end of [crumb?]. Company picnic to Alpine Grove -- 18 miles up the Noyo River. Sept. This picnic was different from July -- as they were all drunk going out & coming back. Eng. 23, Caboose 05. Eng. -- Pat Dempsey; Fireman -- Happy Densmore; Conductor -- Lee Fider; Brakeman -- Saunders; Brakeman -- Graves, Flagman.

 

:278 California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. [Engine.] [Postcard.]

 

:279 [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Engine.] [Postcard.]

 

:280 C.W.R.R. & Nav. Co. [i.e. California Western Railroad and Navigation Company]. [Engine.] [Postcard.]

 

:281 [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. Engine.] [Postcard.]

 

:282 California Western Railroad and Navigation Company. [Engine.]

 

:283 Engine No. 23. Wrecked, Jan. 10-36 [i.e. 1936]. [California Western Railroad and Navigation Company.]

 

:284 Caspar, Ca. [Engine No. 1, Jumbo. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:285 Casper [i.e. Caspar], South Fork and Eastern No. 1-- named Jumbo. [Built by] Vulcan Iron Wks., S.F. -- 1869. Photo taken at Caspar, October 1937.

 

:286 Caspar, South Fork and Eastern R.R. Casper [sic], California. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:287 [Engine No. 2. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:288 [Engine No. 2. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:289 C.S.F. & E.R.R. [i.e. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad].

 

:290 [Logging cars. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:291 C.S.F. & E.R.R. [i.e. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad]. [Engine No. 3?]

 

:292 [Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad. Engine No. 4.]

 

:293 C.S.F. & E.R.R. [i.e. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad]. Smilax [Engine No. 3] and Daisy [Engine No. 2]. Caspar L. Co. [i.e. Caspar Lumber Company].

 

:294 [Engine. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:295 [Engine No. 5. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:296 [Engine No. 7. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:297 [Engine No. 7. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:298 [Engine No. 7. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:299 Caspar, California. [Engine No. 7. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:300 [Engine No. 7. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:301 [Engine No. 7. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:302 Jug Handle Bridge. C.S.F. & E.R.R. [i.e. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad].

 

:303 Smilax No. 3. Jug Handle Trestle. Caspar. [Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:304 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:305 C.S.F. & E.R.R. [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:306 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:307 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:308 Casper [i.e. Caspar], South Fork and Eastern Railroad. [Wreck scene.]

 

:309 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:310 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:310a [Engine No. 4. Colusa and Lake Railroad?] [Reproduction of newsprint photograph.]

 

:311 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad?]

 

:311a Colusa & Lake R.R. At Sites, Cal. R. Schlaich.

 

:312 [Wreck scene. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad?]

 

:312a H.K. Porter & Co. Builders of Light Locomotives... [Engine No. 3. Cahuenga Valley Railroad.]

 

:313 C.S.F. & E.R.R. [i.e. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad]. [Wreck scene.]

 

:313a Cahuenga Valley No. 3 at Hollywood and Vine Streets. Hollywood. 1890.

 

:314 [Unidentified tunnel portal. Caspar, South Fork and Eastern Railroad.]

 

:314a Passenger train crossing Mokelumne River on line of Central California Traction Co. Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento.

 

:315 [Engine No. 2. Colusa and Lake Railroad Company.]

 

:315a Cent. Cal. Trac. Co. [i.e. Central California Traction Company] No. 51. Ex C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific] 1516.

 

:316 Columbus Day. Colusa & Lake R.R. Co. Calusa [sic], California. [Engine No. 3.] [Photograph by Peiser. 1892.]

 

:316a [Engine No. 1. California Midland Railroad.]

 

:317 Colusa & Lake R.R. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:317a [Lacking.]

 

:318 [Engine No. 4. Colusa and Lake Railroad Company.]

 

:318a Crescent City & Smith River No. 2.

 

:319 Diamond Springs, Ca. Diamond & Caldor Railway.

 

:319a [Engine No. 10. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:320 [Engine house. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:321 [Freight yards. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:322 [Engine No. 4. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:323 [Roy Graves photographing engine No. 7, Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:324 [Inside engine cab. Engine No. 7. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:325 [Engine No. 7. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:326 [Engine No. 4 at engine house. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:327 [Roy Graves photographing engine No. 7, Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:328 [Roy Graves photographing engine No. 7, Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:329 [Enigne No. 10. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:330 [Enigne No. 10. Diamond and Caldor Railway.]

 

:331 Stevenson Bridge, Elk Creek R.R. Elevation [100?] feet. Length 532. [Duplicate of 50:339.]

 

:332 [Logging car? Elk River Railroad.]

 

:333 [Engine. Elk River Railroad?]

 

:334 [Engines in yard. Elk River Railroad?]

 

:335 [Engine No. 139. Elk River Railroad?]

 

:336 At Elk (Greenwood). No. 5.

 

:337 Greenwood Creek. [Lumber mill.]

 

:338 Greenwood Bridge. Elk C. [i.e. Elk Creek] R.R. 49 feet high. 500 feet long.

 

:339 Stevenson Bridge. Elk Creek Railroad. Elevation [100?] feet. Length 532. [Duplicate of 50:331.]

 

:340 [North Fork Bridge, Elk Creek R.R. Height -- 130 ft.-- Length 484 ft.

 

:341 The Dump -- 35 ft. fall. Elk Creek R.R..

 

:342 Elk Creek R.R. Elevation 185 ft. Mendocino County.

 

:343 Elk Creek Railroad. [Train on trestle at sea cliffs.]

 

:344 Elk Creek R.R. Elevation -- 185 feet. Mendocino County.

 

:345 Empire Coal & Mine Co. [i.e. Empire Mine & Coal Co.]. No. 3, Jennie E. Belshaw. An 0-6-0 engine used to haul coal from the Empire Mine in Contra Costa County to Antioch, Calif. Taken on the dock at Antioch when sold. D.L. Joslyn collection. [Duplicate of 50:350.]

 

:346 Empire Mine & Coal Co. No. 2, 0-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. Taken near the whark [sic] at Antioch, California with a train of coal. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:347 Empire Mine & Coal Co. No. 1, 0-6-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. Train with combination passenger and freight car taken near the Empire Mine, Contra Costa County, Calif. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:348 Empire Mine & Coal Co. train taken at Stewartsville, Contra Costa County, Calif. This road ran between Antioch and Stewartsville in the years from 1877 to 1891. The car behind the engine was used for both passengers and freight. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:349 [Engine No. 3, Jenny E. Belshaw. Empire Mine and Coal Company.]

 

:350 Antioch, Calif. [Engine No. 3, Jenny E. Belshaw. Empire Mine and Coal Company. Duplicate of 50:345.]

 

:351 [Lacking.]

 

:352 Empire Mine. [Engine No. 2.]

 

:353 Eureka, Ca. [Engine. Camp Grant and Eureka Railroad.]

 

:354 [Eureka, California. Engine. Camp Grant and Eureka Railraod.]

 

:355 Gualala, California. [Logging train. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:356 [Engine. Gualala, California. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:357 Gualala Redwood 2. Scrapped.

 

:358 [Gualala Redwood. Engine No. 2.]

 

:359 Gualala. [Engine and cars. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:360 [Engines. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:361 Gualala. [Logging train. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:362 Gualala. [Logging train. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:363 Gualala R.R. No. 2. [Lacking.]

 

:364 [Engines. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:365 [Engine No. 3. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:366 No. 1. Gualala R.R. -- Cal. Tender of No. 2.

 

:367 [Engine No. 3. Gualala Railroad. Duplicate of 50:369.]

 

:368 Think Gualala R.R. No. 2 before remodel.

 

:369 [Engine No. 3. Gualala Railroad. Duplicate of 50:367.]

 

:370 Gualala, Cal. No. 2, No. 4, No. 3. [Gualala Railroad.]

 

:370a Gualala No. 2. [Lacking.]

 

:371 [Engine No. 3. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:372 Gualala. [Engine No. 3. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:373 Gualala. [Engine No. 3. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:374 [Men at tracks. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:375 Gualala, Cal. [Engine at bridge. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:376 Gualala, Cal. [Logging train at mill. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:377 Gualala, Calif. [Logging train. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:378 Gualala. [Tracks. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:379 Gualala. [Tracks at coast. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:380 [Trestle. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:381 G' gauge. [Gualala Railroad.]

 

:382 Gualala. [Trestle. Gualala Railroad.]

 

:383 [Engine No. 5. Howard Terminal Railway.]

 

:384 Oakland, Ca. [Howard Terminal Railway.]

 

:385 [Engine. Howard Terminal Railway. Duplicate of 50:387.]

 

:386 Oakland, Ca. [Engine No. 6. Howard Terminal Railway.]

 

:387 [Engine. Howard Terminal Railway. Duplicate of 50:385.]

 

:388 Hobart, Ca. [Engine. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:389 Hobart Mills and Engine. [Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.] [Lacking.]

 

:389a Hobart Engine No. 4. [Lacking.]

 

:390 Hobart, Ca. Sierra Nevada Wood & Lumber, Ca.

 

:391 Hobart, Ca. Engine No. 4. [Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:392 Hobart, Ca. [Engine No. 3. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:393 [Engine No. 3. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:394 J.W. Banker, tender. [Hobart Southern Railroad Company.]

 

:395 Emeryville, 1937. [Tender car. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:396 Hobart Southern R.R. No. 5, 4-4-0, built by Baldwin Loco. Wks. for the Eureka & Palisade R.R. Was originally E. & P.R.R. No. 4, Eureka. It was bought by the Hobart Estate Company in 1910. D.L. Joslyn collection. [Taken at Hobart Mills, August 1933.]

 

:397 Hobart Southern No. 3 (V & T [i.e. Virginia & Truckee Railroad] No. 21 J.W. Bowker) at Hobart Mills. 1901.

 

:398 Hobart Southern No. 6. Narrow Gauge. Baldwin.

 

:399 Hobart Southern No. 8. Broad gauge.

 

:400 Hobart, Ca. Hobart Mills Eng. 8. [Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:401 Hobart Southern at Hobart Mills. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:402 Hobart Southern R.R. Co. No. 4 from Truckee to Hobart. Standard gauge.

 

:403 Hobart, Ca. [Engine No. 5. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:404 [Engine No. 5. Hobart, California. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:405 Dec., 1938. [Engine. At San Francisco. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:406 Hobart Engine at San Francisco. [Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:407 1938. [Engines at San Francisco. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:408 Hobart No. 5. Taken on Warner Bros. lot at Burbank, Calif. [Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:409 Hobart engines in movies. [B---in (illegible)] Fruit Company No. 5. Hobart No. 5. Eureka and Palisade No. 4. Baldwin 1875. Builder's No. 3673. Taken on Warner Bros. lot at Burbank, Calif.

 

:410 [Engine No. 5. At San Francisco. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:411 [Engine No. 6. At San Francisco. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:412 S.F., Ca. 1938. [Engine No. 5. Hobart Southern Railroad.]

 

:413 Motive power of Sierra Nevada Wood & Lumber Co. (Hobart Southern). 1901.

 

:414 Hobart, Ca. Largest and smallest locos. S.N.W. & L. Co. [i.e. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company]. 1901.

 

:415 [Engines at mill. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:416 Hobart, Ca. [Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:417 [Engine and car. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:418 [At mill. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:419 Hobart, Ca. [Engines, after snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:420 Hobart, Ca. [Snow plow. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:421 Hobart, Ca. [Cars, after snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:422 Hobart, Ca. [Cars, after snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:423 Hobart, Ca. [Engines, after snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:424 [Hobart, California. After snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:425 [Hobart, California. After snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:426 [Hobart, California. After snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:427 Hobart, Ca. [After snowfall. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:428 Hobart, Ca. [Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:429 [Lumber train. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:430 Hobart, Ca. [Tracks at mills. Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.]

 

:431 Log train arriving at Hobart Mills, Cal. [Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company.] [Postcard.]

 

:432 No. 4. Orig. in S.F. Now at Truckee, Cal. Blt. by Vulcan 1865.

 

:433 Hobart, Ca. 1st to cross the "Sierras."

 

:434 Gas car at Mather. Hetch Hetchy R.R. [Lacking.]

 

:434a Gas car at Mather. Hetch Hetchy Railroad. [Lacking.]

 

:435 Tuolumne River Bridge on the Hetch Hetchy Railroad. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:435a Hetch Hetchy No. 4. Mount Tamalpais & Mill Valley.

 

:436 Hetch Hetchy No. 1. T. Wurm. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:437 H.H.R.R. [i.e. Hetch Hetchy Railroad] No. 1. Leased from Mt. Tamalpais. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:438 H.H.R.R. [i.e. Hetch Hetchy Railroad] No. 2. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:439 Hetch Hetchy R.R. No. 3. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:440 Hetch Hetchy R.R. No. 4. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:441 Hetch Hetchy R.R. No. 4. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:442 Hetch Hetchy Railroad No. 5.

 

:443 [Hetch Hetchy Railroad No. 5.] [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:444 H.H.R.R. [i.e. Hetch Hetchy Railroad] yards at Groveland. [May 10, 1919.]

 

:445 [Engine No. 5. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:446 [Small engine. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:447 Groveland, Ca. [Car No. 17. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:448 [Engine No. 19. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:449 [Engine No. 5. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:450 [Engine and passenger car No. 6. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:451 H.H.R.R. [i.e. Hetch Hetchy Railroad]. [Engine and passenger car No. 6 on trestle.]

 

:452 H.H.R.R. [i.e. Hetch Hetchy Railroad]. [Tracks.]

 

:453 Hetch Hetchy R.R. [Passengers on tracks.]

 

:454 Roy D. Graves in Panama hat [at window]. [Passengers inside car. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:455 Little Yosemite. H.H.R.R. [i.e. Hetch Hetchy Railroad].

 

:456 [Engine and passenger car No. 6. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:457 [Mather station. Hetch Hetchy Railroad.]

 

:458 Hetch Hetchy Railroad. Mather Station. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:459 Hetch Hetchy R.R. No. 3. Mather, Cal. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:460 Hetch Hetchy R.R. Mather, Cal. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:461 [Reproduction of cover of booklet, "Views on the Line of the San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway."]

 

:462 [Trains on Key System Pier. San Francisco, Oakland & San Jose Terminal Railways.]

 

:463 [Key System Pier. San Francisco, Oakland & San Jose Terminal Railways.]

 

:464 [Tracks on Key System Pier? San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:465 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:466 [Electric passenger car 502. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:467 [Electric cars at station. Oakland? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:468 [Electric train tracks. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:469 [Electric train tracks. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:470 [Electric train tracks. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:471 [Electric train tracks. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:472 [Car house. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:473 ["Key Route Views." Reproduction of booklet cover?]

 

:474 [Steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:475 [Steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:476 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:477 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:478 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:479 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways. Duplicate of 50:500.]

 

:480 [Electric works? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:481 [Power plant? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:482 [Power plant? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:483 [Power plant? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:484 [Power plant? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:485 [Fire car. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:486 [Interior of fire car? San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:487 San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways ferry steamer Yerba Buena. Built at Alameda, Calif. in 1903. Double-ended wooden hull 175.4 ft. long; 38 ft. beam; 17 ft. depth. 1,115 Gross Tons; 758 Net Tons. Was powered by 1200 I.H.P. Triple-Expansion engine, 18 x 27 x 42 in. dia. of cylinders by 28 in. stroke. Two B & W Water-Tube boilers carrying 200 pounds steam pressure. Length of drum 10.1 ft. This was one of the two original ferry boats built by the Key Route and made the first run from the Key Route Pier. The boat is now owned by the Southern Pacific Golden Gate Ferries, Inc.

 

:488 San Francisco-Oakland-Terminal Railways Ferry San Jose. Built at Alameda, Calif. in 1903. All dimensions the same as Steamer Yerba Buena [cf. 50:487] which was sister ship. When built the system was known as the San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Consolidated Rys. and went under that company, also the San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways and the Key System. It was burned by fire in 1919 and rebuilt by Six Minute Ferry Co. of Crockett and ran between Crockett and Morrow Cove until the Carquinez Bridge was built and was then sold to the Richmond-San Rafael Ferry Co. who renamed it Sonoma Valley. It is still owned and operated by the last named company between Richmond and San Quentin.

 

:489 San Francisco- Oakland Terminal Railways ferry steamer San Francisco. Built at Alameda, Calif. in 1905. Hull of wood, 180 ft. long; 38 ft. beam; 18 ft. depth. 1070 G.T. 727 N.T. Double compound engines of 2200 I.H.P. 20 x 42 x 28 in. cyl. and stroke. Two B & W water-tube boilers. Shell 3.6 ft. dia. x 16.3 feet long. 200 lb. press. This was the third ferry built by the Key Route. It is now owned by the Southern-Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:490 San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways ferry steamer Claremont. Built at Alameda, Calif. in 1907. Hull of wood, 189 ft. long; 38 ft. beam; 19 ft. depth. 1138 G.T. 774 N.T. Double compound engines, 20 x 42 in. dia. cyl., 28 in. stroke. 2200 I.H.P. Two Stirling Water-Tube boilers. Shell 15.9 ft. long. 200 lb. water press. This was one of two sister boats built by the Key Route to take care of the increase in traffic after the 1906 fire in San Francisco. Is now owned by the Southern-Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. D.L. Joslyn collection.

 

:491 San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways ferry Fernwood. Built at Alameda, Calif. in 1907. Hull of wood, 194.3 ft. long; 38.1 ft. beam; 19.2 ft. depth. 1160 G.T. 789 N.T. Engine and boilers are duplicates of the ones in the Claremont [cf. 50:490]. Now owned and operated by the Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:492 [Ferry steamer Claremont. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:493 Slip and Ferry Depot, End of Pier. [San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:494 Key Route Pier. [San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:495 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:496 Interior, Key Route Ferry Building. [San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:497 Key Route. [Passenger cars.]

 

:498 Ferry building. Key System.

 

:499 [Key System Pier.]

 

:500  [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways. Duplicate of 50:479.]

 

:501 [Key System Pier.]

 

:502 View showing entrance for electric car from long trestle.

 

:503 [Key System Pier.]

 

:504 [Key System Pier. San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways.]

 

:505 [Key System Pier.]

 

:506 [Key System Pier. Electric Key System passenger car.]

 

:507 Modern car used in Key Route train service. [San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:508 [Key System Pier.]

 

:509 [Key System Pier.]

 

:510 [Key System Pier.]

 

:511 [Key System Pier.]

 

:512 [Key System Pier.]

 

:513 [Key System Pier.]

 

:514 [Key System Pier.]

 

:515 Key Route Pier.

 

:516 Key Route Pier.

 

:517 [Electric train. Key System.]

 

:518 [Electric cars. Oakland? Key System.]

 

:519 40th [i.e. Fortieth] & Broadway. [Electric cars. Oakland. Fortieth and Broadway. Key System.]

 

:520 [Fortieth and Broadway, Oakland. Key System tracks.]

 

:521 [Electric car lines. Oakland? Key System. Duplicate of 50:538.]

 

:522 San Jose. [Ship yard. Damage after fire.]

 

:523 [Ship yard, San Jose. Damage after fire.]

 

:524 [Ship yard, San Jose. Damage after fire.]

 

:525 [Ship yard, San Jose. Damage after fire.]

 

:525a Key Route. Oakland. [Lacking.]

 

:526 [Clock on station wall.]

 

:527 [Key Route Inn. Broadway Ave., Oakland.]

 

:528 Key Route Inn. Oakland. Shades installed by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:529 40th [i.e. Fortieth] & San Pablo. [Electric train. Key System.]

 

:530 Piedmont Depot. Key Route.

 

:531 [San Pablo and Yerba Buena Ave. Station, Oakland. Key System.]

 

:532 Key System. [Electric cars. Oakland?]

 

:533 Key Route Train, Berkeley, California.

 

:534 Key Route. Shattuck Ave., Berkeley.

 

:535 Key Route Depot. Piedmont. Shingles natural dark yellow.

 

:536 Northbrae. [Lacking.]

 

:537 [Piedmont Depot. Key System.]

 

:538 [Electric car lines. Oakland? Key System. Duplicate of 50:521.]

 

:539 [Electric car. Key System.]

 

:540 [Electric car. Key System.]

 

:541 [Bus. East Bay Transit Company.]

 

:542 [Electric car. Key System.]

 

:542a Emeryville. Key Siptew [i.e. Key System]. Car No. 670. [Lacking.]

 

:543 40th [i.e. Fortieth] St. & San Pablo Ave. [Station. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:544 [Electric car. Northbrae station. Hopkins St., Berkeley. Key System.]

 

:545 Emeryville. [Electric cars in yard.]

 

:546 [Electric passenger car No. 576. Key System.]

 

:547 [Electric cars. Piedmont line. Key System.]

 

:548 [Electric cars. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:549 Emeryville, Ca. 1907. [Electric cars. San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose Railway.]

 

:550 [Electric train. Oakland Traction Company.]

 

:551 [Electric train. Key System.]

 

:552 [Electric train at station. Southern Pacific Lines.]

 

:553 Leona Heights. [Freight train. Oakland Traction Company.]

 

:554 Key System No. 1000. Ex California Railway No. 10.

 

:555 Emeryville. [Lacking.]

 

:556 [Key System No. 1001.]

 

:557 [Key System No. 1102.]

 

:558 [Key System No. 1206.]

 

:559 [Electric passenger car. Key System.]

 

:560 [Engine No. 4. Oakland Terminal Railroad Company.]

 

:561 Key Route. [Men at engine.]

 

:562 [Car No. 1000. Key System.]

 

:563 [Engine No. 4. Key System Limited.]

 

:564 Key Route. [Passenger car No. 504.]

 

:565 Key Route. [Passenger car No. 518.]

 

:566 [Electric cars. Key System.]

 

:567 Key Route. [Electric passenger car No. 507.]

 

:568 Key Route. [Electric passenger car No. 518.]

 

:569 Berkeley. [Electric passenger car No. 542. Shipyard Railway.]

 

:570 [Shattuck Avenue. Berkeley. Electric cars. Shipyard Railway.]

 

:571 [Shattuck Avenue. Berkeley. Electric cars.]

 

:572 [Electric passenger car No. 845.]

 

:573 Claremont. [Electric cars. Shipyard Railway.]

 

:574 [Electric cars. Shipyard Railway? Claremont Hotel in background.]

 

:575 Northbrae Tunnel. South End. [Electric cars. Shipyard Railway?]

 

:576 Northbrae Tunnel. North End. [Electric cars. Shipyard Railway?]

 

:577 Thousand Oaks Station. Berkeley. [Shipyard Railway?]

 

:578 Monterey. [Station. Sacramento line. Key System?]

 

:578a McDonald Ave. Richmond. Key System Underpass. [Lacking.]

 

:578b Key System Car 345. Emeryville, 1939. 984-K9. [Lacking.]

 

:579 [Engine No. 4. Key System Limited.]

 

:580 [Engine No. 4. Key System Limited.]

 

:581 [Engine No. 4. Key System Limited.]

 

:582 [Engine No. 4. Key System Limited.]

 

:583 Rogers Works. American Locomotive Company. May, 1912.

 

:584 [Engine No. 4. Oakland Terminal Railroad Company.]

 

:585 [Electric car on sidewalk, after accident. Key System.]

 

:586 [Electric car on sidewalk, after accident. Key System.]

 

:587 [Electric car on sidewalk, after accident. Key System.]

 

:588 [Electric cars after accident. Key System.]

 

:589 [Electric cars after accident. Key System.]

 

:590 Berkeley. Key Route. [Electric car. Shattuck Avenue.]

 

:591 [Electric car. Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley. Key System.]

 

:592 Los Angeles & San Diego Bay Ry. No. 1. San Diego, Ca.

 

:593 L.A. & S.D.B. [i.e. Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway] No. 2.

 

:594 L.A. & S.D.B. [i.e. Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway] No. 3.

 

:595 L.A. & S.D.B. [i.e. Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway] No. 4.

 

:596 [Electric car. La Jolla station. Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway.] [Photograph by Fitch.]

 

:597 Station, 5th [i.e. Fifth] and San Pedro St. Los Angeles R.R. Co. to Santa Monica, Calif. 1875.

 

:598 Los Angeles Terminal Ry. No. 32. [Postcard.]

 

:599 Long Beach Bay -- Looking West. [Los Angeles Terminal Railroad.]

 

:600 Train load of 16 logs measuring 88,568 feet, from the Logging Woods of John Vance, Mad River, Humboldt County, Cal. [Humboldt and Mad River Railway.]

 

:601 Freshwater. [Excelsior Redwood Co.] [Photograph by A.W. Ericson.] [Duplicate of 50:602.]

 

:602 Logging in 1885 near Old Bay City, Calif. "From an old photograph." [Freshwater. Excelsior Redwood Co.] [Photograph by A.W. Ericson.] [Duplicate of 50:601.]

 

:603 In the Redwoods: Freshwater, Humboldt Co., Cal. [Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:604 [Log train. Excelsior Redwood Co. Humboldt County.]

 

:605 Anderson's Mill. Southern Humboldt Redwood Co.

 

:606 Logging Train. [Excelsior Redwood Co. Humboldt County.]

 

:607 N.R.L. Co. No. 22. [Lacking.]

 

:607a [Engine No. 22. N.R.L. Co.]

 

:608 Dolbeer's Patent Logging Locomotive. Humboldt County.

 

:609 Logging Train. Gypsey Attached. [Humboldt County.]

 

:610 Emerging from the Tunnel. Transporting Logs at Ryan's Slough. McKay Co. Humboldt County.

 

:611 [Unidentified logging train. Humboldt County.]

 

:612 [Unidentified logging train. Humboldt County.]

 

:613 [Unidentified logging train. Humboldt County.]

 

:614 Rockport. [Mendocino County.]

 

:615 Minor Lum. Co. [i.e. Minor Lumber Company].

 

:616 [Lacking.]

 

:617 So. [i.e. Southern] Humboldt Lumber Co.

 

:618 One tree a trainload. Hobbs Wall Co.

 

:619 D.O. McKellip's.

 

:620 [Logging scene. Unidentified location.]

 

:621 La Moine Lbr. & Trading Co.

 

:622 Murphy Lbr. Co. [i.e. Murphy Lumber Company].

 

:623 Flanigan, Brosnan & Co. [Reproduction from newsprint photograph.]

 

:624 [Reproduction of illustration depicting loggers and logging train. Unidentified location.]

 

:625 [Logging camp. Castle Crags. Lemoyne Lumber & Trading Company.]

 

:626 Castle Crags. Lemoyne Lbr. & Trading Co.

 

:627 Doblan & Carson & Bucksporte.

 

:628 [Engine No. 5. West Side Lumber Co.]

 

:629 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. No. 15. 4-4-0, built by Manchester Loco. Wks. in 1888. One of the old A. & P.R.R. engines. D.L. Joslyn, collection. [Lacking.]

 

Volume 51: California Railroads -- Short Lines M-Z

 

:1 Camino, Calif. [Engine No. 2, on display. Michigan-California Lumber Company.]

 

:2 Camino, Calif. [Engines on display. Michigan-California Lumber Company.]

 

:3 Camino, Calif. [Engine. Michigan-California Lumber Company.]

 

:4 Camino, Calif. [Engine No. 2. Michigan-California Lumber Company.]

 

:5 Camino, Calif. [Engine No. 2. Excursion train. Michigan-California Lumber Company.]

 

:6 [Camino, California. Tracks. Following departure of excursion train? Cf. 51:5.]

 

:7 Camino, Calif. [Engine on display. Michigan-California Lumber Company?]

 

:8 Camino. [Engine No. 1 on display. Michigan-California Lumber Company?]

 

:9 Coulteville, Calif. [Engine on display. Michigan-California Lumber Company?]

 

:10 Camino, California. [Engine No. 5. Michigan-California Lumber Company?]

 

:11 Mount Diablo Coal Mines. [Mining trains. Mount Diablo Coal Mine Company. Same print as 51:12.]

 

:12 Mount Diablo Coal-Mines. [Mining trains. Mount Diablo Coal Mine Company. Same print as 51:11.]

 

:13 Used at Roseville shops of P.F.E. [i.e. Pacific Fruit Express Company]. Taken at Sacramento. Feb. 19, 1941. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:14 Howard Street, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] -- 1906. Removing earthquake debris. [North Shore electric engine.]

 

:15 Hercules Powder Co. -- Pinole. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:16 Death Valley. 3 ft. [aband?]. Ryan, Calif.

 

:17 Parker Lyons Museum. Santa Anita, Calif. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:18 Parker Lyons Museum. Santa Anita, Calif. [Interior of engine car.]

 

:19 S.T. & E. [i.e. Stockton, Terminal and Eastern Railroad]. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:20 S.T. & E. [i.e. Stockton, Terminal and Eastern Railroad]. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:21 S.T. & E. [i.e. Stockton, Terminal and Eastern Railroad]. [Engine No. 2. Verso: Oregon, California and Eastern. No date. To be broken up at Sacramento.]

 

:22 [Engine No. 1. Oregon, California and Eastern?]

 

:23 [Miniature railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:24 [Miniature railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:25 [Miniature Railroad. The Northwestern Line. Unidentified location.]

 

:26 [Miniature railroad. Unidentified location.]

 

:27 Santa Cruz. [Miniature railroad.]

 

:28 Los Angeles and San Pedro Railroad [Engine] No. 1, San Gabriel.

 

:29 Santa Monica No. 2. L.A. Co. [i.e. Los Angeles County], Cal. [Los Angeles and San Pedro Railroad?] [From the collection of L.S. Slevin.]

 

:30 Ward Kimball's No. 2 of his "Grizzly Flats Railroad." Nevada Central. [Post card.]

 

:31 H.M. No. 2. Baldwin, [built] January 1908. At Sacramento, November, 1942. [Nevada Central Railroad?] [Postcard.]

 

:32 Los Angeles Terminal R.R. Now U.P. [i.e. Union Pacific]. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:33 Los Angeles and San Gabriel [Valley] R.R. at L.A., 1885. D.L. Joslyn collection. 1934.

 

:34 [Engine No. 1113. Harbor Belt Line Railroad.]

 

:34a McCloud River R.R. No. 17. Shay. [Lacking.]

 

:35 M.R.R.R. [Engine No. 6. McCloud River Railroad.]

 

:36 Duplex Vauclain Compound Locomotive. [McCloud River Railroad.]

 

:37 Hauling logs over the McCloud River Lumber Co.'s Rail-road, Siskiyou County, California. [Engine No. 4. McCloud River Railroad.] [Photograph by Miller.]

 

:38 McCloud River R.R. [Engine No. 12.]

 

:39 McCloud River R.R. Engine No. 9 and Train. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:40 McCloud River R.R. Engine No. 9 and Train. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:41 McCloud River R.R. Engine No. 8 & train.

 

:42 McCloud River R.R. [Engine No. 19.]

 

:43 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Rotary [snow plow] on McCloud River R.R. [Photograph by Miller.]

 

:44 McCloud River R.R.

 

:45 [Passenger car No. 03. McCloud River Railroad.]

 

:46 McC.R.R. [i.e. McCloud River Railroad]. To A.C. No. 6. [Engine No. 8.]

 

:47 McCloud River R.R. McCloud Lum. Co. [Engine No. 8.]

 

:48 Cowell Portland Cement Co. [Engine No. 6.]

 

:49 Columbia Steel Co. [Engine No. 4.]

 

:50 Cowell Portland Cement Co. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:50a McCloud R.R.R. Shevlin Special at McCloud. [Lacking.]

 

:51 Monorail. [Engine No. 2 on display. Bradford & Foster Brook Railway.]

 

:52 California State Fair, Sacramento, Calif. [Staged collision of two engines.]

 

:53 California State Fair, Sacramento, Calif. [Staged collision of two engines.]

 

:54 [Reproduction of portion of one thousand dollar mortgage bond for Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company.]

 

:55 [Engine No. 1. Nevada County Narrow Gauge.]

 

:56 Nevada City. Nevada County Narrow Gauge R.R. [Engine No. 1.]

 

:57 Colfax. Nevada County N.G.R.R. 4-4-0. Taken 1927. Badly damaged by recent fire. [Engine No. 1]

 

:58 Grass Valley. [Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. Engine No. 2.]

 

:59 Nevada County N.G.R.R. No. 1. Colfax.

 

:60 Gold Flat Trestle. Nevada County N.G.R.R. No. 3.

 

:61 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad] Depot, Grass Valley.

 

:62 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. [Grass Valley depot.] [Duplicate of 51:132.]

 

:63 Nevada City or Colfax? August 6, 1890. [Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. Colfax station.] [From the collection of L. Slevin.]

 

:64 No. 1. Colfax. [Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad.]

 

:65 Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. Grass Valley.

 

:66 Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. No. 5.

 

:67 Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. No. 3. Colfax, Cal. 1907.

 

:68 Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. No. 1. Colfax.

 

:69 Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. Nevada City. No. 1. March 12, 1933.

 

:70 Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. Colfax. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:71 No. 5. Grass Valley. [Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad.]

 

:71a Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. No. 2. [Lacking.]

 

:72 Grass Valley; N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. [Engine No. 2. After fire.]

 

:73 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. Grass Valley. 1937.

 

:74 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. No. 9 on turntable at Grass Valley, Calif., on October 16, 1938. [Built by] Baldwin, April 1914. Ex N.C.O. Railway No. 14, later No. 1 of S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] narrow gauge. [Photograph by R. Searle.]

 

:75 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. [Trains on bridge and underpass.]

 

:76 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. [Train on trestle. Duplicate of 51:126.]

 

:77 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. [Engine No. 5.]

 

:78 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad]. Colfax. [Engine No. 7.]

 

:78a Nevada County Narrow Gauge R.R. No. 7, taken on the road between Colfax and Grass Valley. This engine was one of the old South Pacific Coast R.R. engines and was sold to the L.T. Ry. & T. Co. [i.e. Lake Tahoe Railway & T. Company], and they in turn to the N.C.N.G. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge]. Taken in August, 1933, by D.L. Joslyn. [Lacking.]

 

:79 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad] No. 2.

 

:80 N.C.N.G.R.R. [i.e. Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad. Nevada City]. [Train yards.]