ABOUT PCC 1056:

PCC 1056 was originally Philadelphia Transportation Co. 2113, built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1948. Muni acquired it in 1992 for use on the F Market streetcar line. Its livery represents Kansas City Public Service. The car was out of service 2001-2007 because of an accident. 1056 was again out of service in 2011 and eventually sent to Brookville for rebuilding. It returned in August 2016 for thousand mile testing prior to resuming service.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 1981:

SEPTA 2113, the future Muni 1056, on route 56 eastbound about to enter the Torresdale-Cottman terminal in October 1981. Scan of a slide (photographer unknown) added 09/03/16.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 1998:

PCC 1056 at Market and Noe in January 1998.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 2010:



PCC 1056 at 17th, Castro, and Market Sts. on the evening of February 10, 2010. Fifteen photos added 02/15/12.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 2011:

PCC 1056 at the Jones St. terminal on July 28, 2011. Four photos added 02/13/12.



PCC 1056 at Steuart St. and Don Chee Way on the evening of July 28, 2011. The operator stopped the car to adjust the pole after it split the switch. Seven photos added 02/13/12.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN 2017:


PCC 1056, recently arrived from Brookville Equipment after its midlife rehabilitation, at Don Chee Way and The Embarcadero on April 9, 2017. Five photos added 04/13/17.