If you awaken in a strange city that you’ve never seen before, and if you see what look like 50 foot long hard candies rolling up and down the street, you woke up in San Francisco and you are looking at our vast collection of vintage North American street cars. They are colorful.
Can’t deny it; some of the old time logos of San Francisco’s vintage street car system, maybe designed by someone in the office during the 1930s who dabbled in painting during his or her spare time, have a certain character lacking in some the more professional designs I see today.
See what I mean? Here’s a shot of the Dallas:
By the way, do you also see what I mean about the candy-colored paint jobs?
Vonn Scott Bair