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18 December 2012

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Fantastic, was In San Francisco earlier this month and was finally able to ride the complete current line from Fishermans Wharf to the Castro. I think the F market appeared (reappeared?) shortly before I left Oakland and it was my favorite then and stuill is now, it really is the jewel of the excellent and diverse San Francisco public transportation system Thanks for all your photos over the years

I have some "before" photos of 1009 and 1040 taken at Metro East. Especially with 1009, I wonder how much "historic fabric" is left in the car that came back to MuniLand. I noticed 1033--this is one of the two cars that came to Orange Empire in 1982. The other car that journeyed to my "home museum", 1039 ran there for a short time, I even got to operate it on the main line. I understand that of all the unrestored "Tens" it's in the best shape, but who knows when the funds will be available for a rehab.

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