ABOUT PCC 1054:

Philadelphia Transportation Co. 2121 was numbered 1054 and given the Philadelphia "cream cheese" livery. The streetcar was rear ended by an LRV on November 16, 2003 and withdrawn from service. Car 1060 was repainted as a replacement.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN THE 1970s:

PCC 2121 on route 47 southbound at 8th St. and Vine Ave. as depicted in a duplicate slide whose original date is not known. One photo added 10/05/14.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 1982:

PCC 2121 on route 56 inbound at Torresdale and E. Hunting Park Aves. in a slide stamped March 1982. One photo added 10/05/14.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 1995:

PCC 1054 in the parade lineup for the opening of the F Market streetcar line on September 1, 1995.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 1997:

PCC 1054 at the 17th and Castro layover on January 9, 1997. Four photos replaced and three added 07/25/12.


PCC 1054 at the 17th and Castro layover on a wet evening in January 1997.


PCC 1054 at Transbay Terminal in the late 1990s. Route sign is turned to E Embarcadero.


PCC 1054 at Transbay Terminal on a 1997 night. Two photos added 06/08/09.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 2000:

PCC 1054 at the Jones and Beach Sts. terminal on an April 2000 night. Two photos replaced and one added 06/08/09.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 2001:

PCC 1054 inbound at Market, Main, and Drumm Sts. on March 10, 2001. Destination sign indicates a Pier 39 turnback.