2" Patch San Francisco Municipal Railway Blue & Gold O'shaughnessy Muni Emblem
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2" Patch San Francisco Municipal Railway Blue & Gold O'shaughnessy Muni Emblem:
CLASSIC MUNI "PEEL 'N STICK" PATCHSAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL RAILWAY
IN BLUE & GOLDThe San Francisco Municipal Railway's first logo, designed by City Engineer Michael M. O'Shaughnessy, goes back to the early years of Muni. This color combination was first featured during the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition when some of Muni's streetcars like venerable Car 130 wore the blue & gold livery.Tight and clear embroidery
Patch is "peel 'n stick", no need to sew or iron onMeasures 2" diameter
(See our other listing of this emblem as a 3" sew-on patch)Market Street Railway is the non-profit, volunteer based membership organization that advocates for the preservation and promotion of San Francisco's transit heritage. All proceeds from the sales of these items benefit our vintage fleet. Ride a vintage F-line streetcar to the San Francisco Railway Museum at 77 Steuart Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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