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Trolley car on the #40 line, with sign advertising service to San Bruno, Daly City and the Colma Cemeteries, ca. 1940s. The #40 trolley line was a major form of public transportation up and down the Peninsula until operations ceased in 1949.
14 x 24 cm
Street railroads--California--San Bruno Transportation--California--San Bruno
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