The San Francisco cable cars are a little bit of history and a little bit of fun all wrapped up into the San Francisco Cable Car Experience.
But…first things first. Don’t do this stuff.
We rode the Mason line, which has one-directional cars, so they have to be turned around at the end of the line.
You’ve gotta love the work ethic of the guy on the left. He wasn’t working at all, but then he stepped it up a notch for the camera.
We rode car 24.
Isn’t she a beaut?
“Hang on around curves.”
This boy couldn’t stop saying, “This is so cool!”
Our grip man was really “pulling” a tune on his bell! Not your ordinary ringer.
What better place to get off than the Cable Car Museum. Thankfully, it was free, since we spent an arm and two or three legs on the ride up!
Book-learnin’ without the books.
These are the actual working cables that brought our car up the Mason line.
Adding a “squarshed penny” to his squarshed penny collection.
“This is so cool!” ~Elijah the Boy, age 6
That’s what every mama and papa want to hear on “roadschool” field trips.