Timings : 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (April - September), 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (October - March)
The museum is an interesting display on the historic cable car system of San Francisco.
The San Francisco Cable Car System is one of the oldest popular such system in the world, and the museum traces it's heritage and development from it's inception in 1873. It houses collections of the various devices that have been used in cable cars over the years, including tracks, cables, etc and also photographs of historic importance. The museum also houses three antique cable cars from the very first lines back in 1870, the Sutter Street Railway's grip car 46 and trailer 54 and Clay Street Company's grip car 8, the only remaining car from the first cable car company. Not only a museum, the museum actually houses the cable car line's powerhouse and a viewing deck overlooking the barn. Entry into the museum is free.
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