Vintage Muni: Geek out on this Bay Area transit ruin porn

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Sure, everything feels like this right now. But there is is still beauty to be had if we all look closely — or if you’re, say, just wandering around in Colusa County.
Hat tip to Jack, who found the mother lode of Bay Area ruin porn by doing just that. He said this appeared to be a facility where they restore buses, but he’s keeping the exact location close to the vest to protect the undoubtedly very cool work being done here.
This treasure trove featured old Muni buses — including the 18-Sloat pictured above; the artist currently known as the 18-46th Avenue, the East Bay’s AC Transit, and even the ye olde Key System.

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85 cents!

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Thanks again for the pics and the tip, Jack! If you’re itching to see more vintage Muni, check out some previous throwback Muni posts here at the Muni Time Capsule.

Be cool like Jack and share your observations, your photos and your life between Points A and B on Facebook (or Twitter or Insta).

One comment

  • Dexter Wong

    There were few Macks repainted in Landor colors and I’d guess this one was 2617, a cut-down Mack that had run on the 39 line at one time.

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