You can find out how the cars work, as well as view the cable-winding machinery that actually powers them
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The award-winning Cable Car Museum brings the story of Wellington’s iconic cable cars to life. Museums Wellington is part of Wellington Museums Trust (trading as Experience Wellington), a registered charity (CC22571).Where can I see old cable cars in San Francisco?
Located at 1201 Mason Street, it contains historical and explanatory exhibits on the San Francisco cable car system, which can itself be regarded as a working museum. The museum contains several examples of old cable cars, together with smaller exhibits and a gift shop. The cable cars displayed include:How did the cable cars get to the summit?
Past the grip car you’ll enter the winding machine room, which was fully operational from 1930 to 1978. This was the nerve centre of the cable car system, and here you’ll see the machinery once used to haul the cable cars up the hill to the summit.
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|Title||San Francisco Cable Car Museum||Tips|
|Description||Presenting cable car history, technology, information, and gift shop. Located in San Francisco's Washington-Mason powerhouse and carbarn, the museum provides a historical perspective and insight into today's system.||Tips|
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