cable car

(from the article `streetcar`) The cable car, the invention of Andrew Hallidie, was introduced in San Francisco on Sacramento and Clay streets in 1873. The cars were drawn by an ... ...in New York City in 1832, operators installed rails in the streets to provide a smooth roadbed both for the benefit of passengers and to minimize ... ...
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cable car

[n] - a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway
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cable car

noun a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway; `they took a cable car to the top of the mountain`
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Cable Car

[cocktail] The Cable Car is a cocktail created in 1996 by Tony Abou-Ganim. A modern variant on the classic Sidecar, it commemorates the Starlight Room in the Drake Hotel in San Francisco. The recipe varies, but generally involves (specifically) Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, orange CuraƧao, and lemon sour, garnished with a cinnamon-sugared rim...
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Cable car

[railway] A cable car in the context of mass transit is a system using rail cars that are hauled by a continuously moving cable running at a constant speed. Individual cars stop and start by releasing and gripping this cable as required. Cable cars are distinct from funiculars, where the cars are permanently attached to the cable, and cable...
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Cable car

Also called a tram. This moving vessel consists of two cabins, suspended on cables, that take skiers to the top of the mountain
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cable car

Method of transporting passengers up steep slopes by cable. In the cable railway, passenger cars are hauled along rails by a cable wound by a powerful winch. A pair of cars usually operates together on the funicular principle, one going up as the other goes down. The other main type is the aerial cab...
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Cable Car

See Tram.
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