Links to Other Related Locations

Click on any of the addresses below to visit other web sites

Of Cable Cars and the Bay Area

1. SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL RAILWAY: Compete schedules and fare information.

2. BAY AREA TRANSIT INFORMATION PROJECT - provides instant online access to transit information for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. The Project is supported by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

3. MARKET STREET RAILWAY -preserving historic transit in San Francisco

4. THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO - an excellent source of a wide variety topics about San Francisco.

5. WESTERN RAILWAY MUSEUM - A Project of the Bay Area Electric Railroad Association featuring an extensive collection of electric equipment focusing on Bay Area companies.

6. PORTLAND, OREGON'S CABLE CAR SYSTEM - a brief history of the Portland's cable car system (1890-1904).

7. The Electric Railway Historical Association of Southern California -contains histories of the four Los Angeles cable railways.

8. TRANSIT RIDER -An excellent comprehensive site focusing on San Francisco, Bay Area and California transit including cable cars.

9. The Wellington (New Zealand) Cable Car Museum - Site provides information about both the old cable car (funicular) system retired in 1979 and the current system.

10. Outside Lands, Western Neighborhoods Project - Site provides excellent historical anecdotes (that are added to monthly) about the development of San Francisco’s western neighborhoods, ranging from the Richmond to the Lake Merced.

11. THE CLIFF HOUSE PROJECTThe goal of this website is to preserve the visual imagery of Adolph Sutro’s Victorian Cliff House (1896 -1907). It was neither the first structure nor the last to carry the name of Cliff House, but it was certainly the most grand. A great site that captures the favor of this fallen San Francisco icon.

Other Links of Interest

1. SEASHORE TROLLEY MUSEUM -Features an extensive collection of historic transportation equipment including cable cars, one from San Francisco.

2. MUSEUM SPOT.COM -A comprehensive guide to on-line museums.

3. LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT ASSOCIATION -Perhaps the most complete world-wide listing of links to transit systems, museums, clubs, magazines amongst other transit features. Also, updated world-wide rail transit news.

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