Even though the LRVs of the Muni Metro and BART's long white torpedo trains zoom north and south beneath the pavement, on the surface San Francisco's Market Street is well-served by rail as well - specifically, by the heritage streetcars of the F Market & Wharves line. More geared to tourists than any of Toronto's streetcar lines or any of Muni's other lines, the F cars link Fisherman's Wharf with the Castro, using primarily Peter Witt cars purchased from Milan and good old PCCs - many of them painted in the old liveries of Chicago, Birmingham, Kansas City, and other cities which once ran them. There's even a Toronto one, but it's out of service right now. Toronto could have had something like this with the 509 Harbourfront line; hell, it even ran PCCs in the beginning. But I'm pretty sure His Fordness would have fulminate and roar about something that progressive.
Pictured here is Muni's PCC #1076, representing a Washington D.C. streetcar. I'm not sure what cross street this is at.
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