Bay Area Eccentric

emitting a soft whir, a single-carriage tram glides down a Sausalito hillside dappled with foliage. During the two-minute ride along the steep Northern California topography, its glass dome and clear walls frame a massive horizon where San Francisco Bay meets the sky. Trams are the only way to navigate certain parts of Sausalito, where homes are submerged beneath a high tide of fog

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