San Francisco has the world's only cable car system. The Cable Car Barn Museum is the real operational automatic head office for the total cable car network. This stimulating stop on board the San Francisco Comprehensive Shuttle tour will be one where you will definite see and find out how the cable car network workings.
Cable Car inheritance, Beginning the first run in 1873 to the current, find out on the creator, technology, builders swift development, near loss and the ongoing hard work to keep and rebuild the cable cars of San Francisco. During your San Francisco tour aboard San Francisco Comprehensive Tours we will take to this position and give you plentiful time to walk around and take photos.
The Museum residence a collected works of notable cable cars, photographs, mechanical exhibit and gift shop run by the Friends of the Cable Car Museum. Visitors can view the actual cable winding machinery from an elevated gallery, as well as the path of the cable entering the construction and departure below the street in the sheave room viewing region.
Notable environment information give the visitor a steal a look at the cable cars' wonderful earlier period. Included in these display are three traditional cable cars: a Sutter street dummy and trailer, and the first cable car (1873). Also on display is a photo recitation of the renovation effort 1982-1984 and various mechanical devices, such as grips, track, trucks, cable and break machinery with matching explanation.
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