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Sutter Street Railway 33

Sutter Street Railway 33


Sutter Street Railway cable car 33 is a grip car. When it was used, cable cars were run in two car trains, a grip car and a passenger trailer


This car was built in 1883 when the Sutter Street Railway rerouted its Larkin Street line from Sutter via Polk, Post, and Larkin across Market on 9th Street to Mission. After the 1906 earthquake and fire, all parts of the former Sutter Street Railway, with the exception of the section on Pacific Avenue from Poke Street to Divisadero, were converted to electric streetcar by the United Railroads. No. 33 was assigned to this cable service. The Pacific Avenue cable was abandon without replacement in 1929 by the Market Street Railway (of 1921). Note: the numbering history of this car is not known.

  • Owners: Sutter Street Railway 33
  • Technical Data: Track gauge is 5 foot
  • Current Condition: Car is complete and in fair condition.
  • Proposed Future Treatment: Perform required maintenance
  • Date Last Modified: Thursday, 14 July 2005


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