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Angels Flight Railway, Los Angeles

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The historic Angels Flight Railway connects the Metro Red and Purple Line subway station at Pershing Square (station entrance at Fourth Street) with California Plaza, The Watercourt, and Grand Avenue at the top of Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles.
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  • Although it was just a ride up and down on the hill but took it because of historic significance. It is over 100 years old railway. Only charges $2 for round trip. 
    Although it was just a ride up and down on the hill but took it because of historic significance. It is over 100 years old railway. Only charges $2 for round trip.  more »
  • 1st day of my Holiday in Hollywood & I went there & instantly fall in love with it. It has an old time nostalgic feeling and a perfect place for Meet Cute. Can ride the train up n down all day long... 
    1st day of my Holiday in Hollywood & I went there & instantly fall in love with it. It has an old time nostalgic feeling and a perfect place for Meet Cute. Can ride the train up n down all day long...  more »
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  • This is a fun little adventure and I suggest doing it on a weekend afternoon. You take a small trolley up the equivalent of three flights of stairs. Sure you could walk it, but the whole adventure is to get out and try something new. It cost $1 payable in cash and you pay when you arrive at the top. If you want to go down you pay another $1. When you get up, there is a nice view and you can walk around and see some of the prime office buildings. Across the street is Grand Central market, a ton of restaurants from almost any country. Whether you want a sandwich, sushi, Italian, burgers, Thai tea, bobas or deserts, they have it all and the prices are very reasonable.
  • It was a fun night and the view was stunning. Also there's a wedding party going on last night. We got to listen free music and saw people dancing. It was great experience, the cable car was almost empty. You need to pay $2 per person when you reach the top to get in. The lady was very friendly at the counter.

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