Alan Mays

Alan Mays

Posted on 08/04/2018


Photo taken on August  3, 2018


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Pacific Tour Bus No. 14, Cliff House, San Francisco, California

Pacific Tour Bus No. 14, Cliff House, San Francisco, California 

A Vintage Photos Theme Park photo of trains, planes, ships, and buses (people photographed traveling inside one of these modes of transport—preferably shot from the inside).

A souvenir real photo postcard of tourists at the Cliff House restaurant, San Francisco, Calif. They're riding in "Pacific No. 14," one of the Pacific Sightseeing Company's tour buses. Mouse over the image above for a close-up view of the passengers.

For similar photos, see the Cliff House Project's Transportation Web page (scroll down to the Tour Buses section).

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Deborah Lundbech
Deborah Lundbech
Were these called a char-a banc here? I'm pretty sure this is the vehicle called a char-a-banc in England.
Great postcard. wish I could jump in for a tour of the amazing Cliff House!
2 months ago. Edited 2 months ago.
Alan Mays has replied to Deborah Lundbech
I've heard the term char-a banc before, but I'm not sure if it was used in the states, even though the vehicles look like they're pretty much the same. I've always wondered how safe they were with so many people riding together like that--and without seatbelts.
2 months ago.
Deborah Lundbech
Deborah Lundbech
From one of my favorite book series as a kid in England - a British char-a-banc.

William
2 months ago.
Alan Mays has replied to Deborah Lundbech
Ha ha, that's classic!
2 months ago.