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27 September 2007

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Love that tram! I wish they would bring back trams here in the UK, our public transport system sucks big time.

Wow that's pretty cool! Very unique

This kind of reminds me of "the Duck" in Seattle WA. Was converted to show tourists around historical hotspots in the city.

I know it is frustrating...I drive it and it is frustrating.

Here are the conditions for the Boat to come out: Friday/Saturday/Sunday, qualified crew to operate it, decent weather (no rain, no bitter cold[1]), it is not held for maintenance or repairs.

Also, when we do get it out, it spends the day on the Embarcadero, rather than being exposed to the risks of Market Street...only operating on Market St on the way to and from the Embarcadero.

[1] Every now and then we'll bundle up (fur hats and all) and bring it out on a bright sunny cold day (it was out last Christmas, for example).

I know it is frustrating...I drive it and it is frustrating.

Here are the conditions for the Boat to come out: Friday/Saturday/Sunday, qualified crew to operate it, decent weather (no rain, no bitter cold[1]), it is not held for maintenance or repairs.

Also, when we do get it out, it spends the day on the Embarcadero, rather than being exposed to the risks of Market Street...only operating on Market St on the way to and from the Embarcadero.

[1] Every now and then we'll bundle up (fur hats and all) and bring it out on a bright sunny cold day (it was out last Christmas, for example).

They just don't make em like this anymore. How sad.

I have just seen this wonderful Blackpool 1934 tram in San Francisco and it really is an eye catcher. It and the other collector pieces from other US cities as well as Melbourne and Milano and Zurich etc certainly give the street scenes in San Francisco a colourful flavour. Well done the amateur Streetcar Collectors who are responsible for these collectors pieces and I believe MÙNI and a big Thank You!

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