San Francisco Quotes (3 quotes)
Here we come to a new and peculiar street railway There is no steam on board. You ask how is this train propelled? Between the track and under ground is a cable running upon rollers for the length of the road
If any one should ask me what I consider the most distinctive, progressive feature of California, I should answer promptly, its cable-car system. And it is not alone its system which seems to have reached a point of perfection, but the amazing length of the ride that is given you for the chink of a nickel. I have circled this city of San Francisco, for this smallest of Southern coins.
Of agitating good roads there is no end, and perhaps this is as it should be, but I think you'll agree that it is high time to agitate less and build more. [Here is] a plan whereby the automobile industry of America can build a magnificent Appian Way from New York to San Francisco, having it completed by May 1, 1915 and present it to the people of the United States.