The Cable Car Museum was built up in 1974. It is worked by the Friends of the Cable Car Museum as a not-for-profit instructive office. Situated in the memorable Washington/Mason link auto horse shelter and powerhouse, the exhibition hall deck neglects the colossal motors and winding wheels that force the links. The first floor is a survey zone of the vast parcels and link line entering the working through the channel under the road.
In plain view are different mechanical gadgets, for example, grasps, track, link, brake systems, instruments, point by point models, and an expansive accumulation of notable photos. The gallery houses three antique link autos from the 1870s. The Sutter Street Railway No. 46 hold auto and No. 54 trailer and the main surviving auto from the primary link auto organization, the Clay Street Hill Railroad No. 8 grasp auto.