This railway is known as the shortest mountaineering railway in the world, with a total length of 99 meters. The railway was built on the slopes of the Bunker Hill in Los Angeles. The railway was built at an angle of 30°. The railroad connects Hill Street and Oliver Street. The railway has been in operation since 1901. The railway was once included in the National Register of Historic Places. It was refurbished because of the filming of the movie "City of Philharmonic", and then officially opened as a tourist attraction in September 2017. This railway is just across from the Central Market and it is easy to see. In addition, railways and trains are mainly orange, so it is very eye-catching, especially suitable for taking pictures. Although the viewing time is only a few minutes, I think it is necessary to check in since it is so convenient. There are so many snacks in the Central Market, it is necessary to try them.
This is also one of the goals of the visit. A very unique section of the railway is also a legacy from the early development and construction of Los Angeles. The construction of this railway took a long time. The entire railway has a very rich history of Weibo. It is also one of the attractions.
It’s a nice little train ride that goes up the hill. It’s a nice little history reminder.
Be it nostalgia or touristy trap, Angels Flight Railway is a fun ride in downtown LA.
A great experience for anyone visiting Los Angeles. The view of the city is just memorizing
Cute little piece of Los Angeles history. It's only 50 cents to ride the shortest railway in the world! Plus, on one end is Grand Central Market (with AMAZING Mexican food stalls) and on the other end is the Watercourt Plaza with awesome restaurants like Starry Kitchen and Mendocino Farms.