Muni Centennial Photo Show at SFPL Opens Tomorrow

Image: SFMTA Archives

Starting Friday and going through the next three months, you can go to the San Francisco Public Library and be treated to a treasure trove — SFMTA is exhibiting “historic photographs from the … vast historical archive chronicling Muni’s vibrant history dating back to the turn of the century.”

From the SFPL‘s site:

We San Franciscans have a love/hate relationship with our transit system. We don’t like late or crowded buses, but we love that they go everywhere, the historical streetcars are cool, and best of all, we own it! This exhibit celebrates Muni’s messy, glorious 100 year history in San Francisco. From the politics to the incredible street infrastructure to the moving vehicles in all their variety, Muni is integral to most of our lives. And don’t forget the people, both the operators and the riders, who make up the system. Muni, how do we love thee, let us count the ways!

Sounds familiar.

Exhibit details
Cussed and Discussed: 100 Years of the Municipal Railway in San Francisco
Fri., Nov. 2, 2012 — Thurs., Jan. 24, 2013
San Francisco History Center
Main Library
100 Larkin St.

One comment

  • Dexter Wong

    Sounds like a wonderful exhibit! The picture above is of The Fillmore Hill Counterbalance line ( a cross between streetcar and cable car).

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