To find out more about this year’s photo challenge here on Travel Words, please read this post.
The last of my transport posts, this month features this lovely iconic bus from Gozo as well as my last historic streetcar from San Francisco.
You can find more information about Maltese buses here.
Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas 1056, built in 1948. This car is painted in tribute to Kansas City, which ran PCC streetcars from 1941 to 1957. Kansas City’s PCCs – 184 in all – were painted to emphasize their modern lines, with a black ‘swoosh’ on the sides to highlight the logo of Kansas City Public Service Company (KCPS), which featured Frederic Remington’s famed sculpture “The Scout” on a red heart.
If you want to learn more about San Francisco’s historic streetcars and cable cars then please visit the Market Street Railway Museum.
DO YOU HAVE ANY Black or Grey TRANSPORTATION?