In this time of safety belts and airbags, San Francisco cable car is a well-known tourist attraction in San Francisco. This cable car system is the world’s last hand controlled cable car system. it is the best way to viewing the tourist spot in the city.
The cable car system is the part of the city transport network controlled by the San Francisco Municipal Railway. The all twenty-three cable car lines constructed between 1873 and 1890. The up/down in the city on the steep hills they are transporting residents and guests.
There are two way’s to catch the cable car :
Turnaround cable car stop at the beginning and end of the lines.
Aas the locals do – by following the tracks up a few blocks and hopping on when the car stops.
Once on board or hang on to the pole, then passenger ready to give the fare $6 to the brakeman.
San Francisco Cable Car Rutes
Currently, only are three cable car routes in working, and it helps to know their specific destinations. At Powell and Market streets, there is a cable car turntable which functions as the beginning stop for two lines, the Powell-Mason and Powell- Hyde lines. The Powell-Mason line begins at the Powell/ Market turntable, and the line operates from there up and over Nob Hill and down to Bay Street at Fisherman’s Wharf. The Powell-Hyde line also starts at the Powell Market turntable and operates over Nob and Russian hills before ending at Aquatic Park near Ghiradelli Square. Both these lines end near Fisherman’s Wharf, but at different areas, and the routes are significantly different.
San Francisco Cable Car Tickets and Timing
Hours: Cars run daily
Admission: $6 fare one-way, day passes available for $14
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