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San Francisco Cable Railway, Washington & Mason Streets, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

San Francisco Cable Railway, Washington & Mason Streets, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Hallidie, Andrew S
Harvey, Charles T
Beauregard, George F
Gardiner, E S
Eppelsheimer, William
San Fransicso Municipal Railway
Clay Street Hill Railroad
Sutter Street Railroad
Traction Railroad Company
United Railroads of San Francisco
California Street Cable Railroad Company
Stanford, Leland
Root, Henry
Borel, Antoine
Stetson, James B
Market Street Railway
Omnibus Railroad & Cable Company
Sutro, Gustav
Ferries & Cliff House Railway
Adams, W J
Martin, William H
Ballard, John
Magee, Thomas
Lynch, Henry H
Holmes
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, sponsor
Griffin, Douglas L, project manager
Baer, Marjorie, project manager
O'Bannon, Patrick W, field team project manager
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San Francisco, California, United States37.79585, -122.41165
Google Map of 37.7958484, -122.4116509
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