How S.F.’s cable cars were saved after an uphill battle – San Francisco Chronicle

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
San Francisco Chronicle
The golden age of the cable car came to an end starting with the 1906 earthquake and fire. Over the next four decades, one proud line after another shut down or converted to electricity. The Geary, Park and Ocean line closed in 1912. In 1929, the

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