Powell & Market Cable Car Turntable
San Francisco is very proud of their cable car system. It is the last manually operated system in the world today. At its peak you would find 23 cable car lines in the city, but today we have just three left. Nearly all of the people that ride the cars today are tourists looking to try that…
A ride on a cable car is a must-do thing if you come visit San Francisco. You could also have many good things to do the same day in downtown San Francisco, such as: Shop in Union Square. ... See the Sea Lions at Pier 39. ... Walk Through the Oldest Chinatown. ... Walk Over the Golden Gate Bridge…
Go to Powell Station to access both MUNI and BART trains. Take any MUNI line to get where you need in SF or BART if you want to travel to far away parts of SF and nearby cities, such as Oakland & Berkely!
Take a scenic ride on SF's historic cable car up and down the hills of SF. Bring a coat.
There are 3 Cable Car lines in SF. Some people say the California Line is their favorite, but I'm sure all are enjoyable.
Although I prefer the F Line, our cable cars are iconic --a very San Francisco experience. You take either the MUNI from Church Street Station or the F Line streetcar & get off at Powell Street Station. There you can buy tickets for the cable car (which stops right upstairs at Powell & Market.) You…
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