The historic Angels Flight Funicular Railway in downtown Los Angeles, CA re-opened after shutting down since 2001 after a fatal accident. Now 9 years later it's finally back in operation at the Bunker Hill District of downtown on March 15, 2010 with upgraded safety features. It takes you up from Hill Street to Olive Street at the top, where the ticket office is located. A one-way up or down ride is 25 cents, 50 cents round trip. It is a very short ride of under 50 seconds. So if you're into exploring downtown LA it is worth trying. Across the street is the Grand Central Market where there are a selection of eateries, produce, health foods, drinks, bakery, butcher shop, frozen yogurt, etc. Also nearby is Union Station, Olvera Street, Walt Disney Music Hall, Chinatown, Bradbury Building, City Hall, and of course, downtown.
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