A trek to San Francisco would not be the same without a ride on the historic cable autos, so why not add a visit to The Cable Car Museum, as well, to figure out how trolley autos function and what it took to remake the framework for the present riders. At the historical center, you will read stories about organizations who constructed the first cable autos and find out about the yearly chime ringing challenges. Inside the historical center you will discover definite models, intriguing old photos and showcases of mechanical parts that influence cable autos to run. Built up in 1974, the Cable Car Museum is situated in the core of San Francisco in the Washington/Mason cable auto barn at 1201 Mason Street.
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