San Francisco streetcar and cable car system map, 1929
A century ago, San Francisco's rail system used to be much, much larger than it is today, with three competing transit companies: the Market Street Railway, privately owned, and which ran the largest cable car and streetcar system; the California Cable Railway, which ran the remaining cable cars; and the Municipal Railway (Muni), which survived to run the transit system to today. This map is my creation, based on a 1929 engineering report from San Francisco's city engineer, and is historically accurate for May 1929.
- Designed in New York City, printed in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Printed on satin finish 80# cover stock - 220 GSM.
- Image will be printed with a border for framing.
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