Angels Flight Railway
Excerpt From Angels Flight (Photo Credit: Hal Bastian) Bosch had ridden the incline railroad as a kid and had studied how it worked. He still remembered. The two matching cars were counterbalanced. When one went up the side by side tracks the other went down, and vice versa. They passed each other at the midpoint. He remembered riding on Angels Flight long before Bunker Hill had been reborn as a slick business center of glass and marble towers, classy condominiums and apartments, museums and fountains referred to as water gardens. Back then the hill had been a place of once grand Victorian homes turned into tired looking rooming houses. Harry and his mother had taken Angels Flight up the hill to look for a place to live.