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They encouraged audience participation. The show started late because it was sold out and there was a line out the door waiting to get in at 6: The first part was a trivia quiz with prizes. Then they showed several short movies and clips from movies. I had seen some, like the films of Sutro Baths burning, but I had not seen many of the others.
The audience was fascinated by the Playland films.
The auction after it closed was sad. The demolition of the Fox Theater depressed everyone. There were many views of cable cars.
Woody LaBounty made a comment that we were going to be seeing lots of Powell and Market.
Amoung the scenes was a nice overhead shot from the s. I remember when people would jump on the car while it was on the turntable. It was a wonderful show and I was happy when they announced at the end that they were going to repeat it because of the great demand.
Eskenazi, inspired by a recent Associated Press article on how much cable cars cost the city in accident-related damage awards, says that they cost the cities in other ways. He feels that the Municipal Transportation Agency, which is always low on funds, should not be forced to subsidize the cable cars, which are mostly used by visitors, the same way it subsidizes other bus and rail services which are mostly used by working San Franciscans.
He says "Maintaining cable cars for city tourists while struggling to provide core transit service is a bit like polishing the heirloom china for the guests while sending the kids to school with no shoes.
But no amount of cold-hearted empirical analysis will sever city residents' emotional attachment to the cable cars. It would also take a citywide election to scrap the cars. Perhaps the Municipal Transportation Agency should, too. There was a good crowd. There were some new exhibitors this year, including ThinkWalks.
It was nice to meet with Joel Pomerantz in person. Don Holmgren and Mike Phipps pose in front of the world's largest cable car bell.
I'm looking forward to Woody's new book about Ingleside Terrace. There was an auction which involved placing tickets in boxes on the tables of various exhibitors.
I won second place from the Presidio Historical Associationa one-year membership.
I am looking forward to it. Wells Fargo, which sponsored the expo, had a nice exhibit. Cable Car Accident - February Powell Street car 25, outbound on the Powell-Hyde line between Washington and Jackson hit a large bolt apparently jammed in the slot or the conduit. This caused the car to stop suddenly, injuring seven people, including both crew members.
Preliminary findings indicate that the bolt came from a hatch in the conduit. I was walking along Market Street one day this week and I noticed that I could barely see the California Street cable car terminal at California and Drumm.
It was surrounded by board and plastic fencing. I think the crews are doing sewer work. The Wurlington Bros Press produces a series of postcards which can be cut and folded to produce models of landmarks and vehicles.
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