Weekend Photos: Gone in Eight Seconds

Photo by Bob at All City

This photo of the N-Judah, eight seconds into the Powell station tunnel, is by Bob of the website All City. Actually, this photography collective isn’t quite new: All City is the new web digs for the photography crew formerly known as Caliber. So check them out for more excellent city photography.

This week on Muni Time Capsule, we bring you a photo by milantram showing the 41-Union and 12-Ocean Avenue kicking it at … 26th and Mission? Read the post to see how the 41 and 12 ended up in what would soon to be hipster-central.

There has been a lot of Muni news in the last few days, especially about Muni chief Nat Ford’s possible departure to take a job in Washington, D.C. So, in Muni news this week:

  • America’s Cup could aid F-line streetcars (SFGate)
  • Fort Mason Streetcar a Step Closer (Market Street Railway)
  • Muni Says It Has No Plans to Conduct a Seismic Report on Its Tunnels (KTVU)
  • Six injured when big rig hits Muni metro (Muni Diaries news roundup)
  • Muni starts enforcing employee parking rules (ABC7)
  • SFMTA Board member Cameron Beach remembered as dedicated transportation professional (Streetsblog SF | Market Street Railway)
  • Muni chief Nathaniel Ford would leave legacy of mixed results (SF Examiner)
  • Punks pilfer purses all over San Francisco — one incident happened upon exiting Muni (SF Examiner)
  • Muni chief Nat Ford to staff: I’m not going anywhere — for now (City Insider)
  • Embattled Muni chief Nat Ford meets behind closed doors with his bosses (City Insider)
  • David Chiu calls for Muni hearing amid uncertain future of transit boss (SF Examiner)
  • Muni board considering honoring Cameron Beach by naming streetcar after him (SF Examiner)
  • Muni overtime pay, subpar citation revenue still draining SFMTA budget (SF Examiner)
  • Discussion of Muni switchbacks set for Monday (SF Examiner)

Looks like the weather is letting up a little, which leaves you free to track down those endanger buses for the Endanger Bus Photo Contest! Money, publication, and small fame might be in your hands.

Enjoy your weekend and these photos.

Photo by Melissa Shapiro

Temporary Transbay Terminal
Photo by Sergio

Photo by Curbed SF

Car 1 burn-in run
Photo by Jeremy Whiteman

Muni 8355 Mkt & 5 9-9-10
Photo by Paul Sullivan

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