A subsequent engineering evaluation concluded that it needed comprehensive rebuilding at a cost of $60 million. oil on canvas [12], In budget year 2012, sales of $6 Cable Car Souvenir Tickets totaled $4,125,386. These cars are somewhat longer, having open-sided grip sections at both ends and an enclosed section in the middle. PROVENANCE In 1889, the Omnibus Railroad and Cable Company became the last new cable car operator in San Francisco. Lindsay, R., John Kelly: Deconstructing Australia, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Victoria, 2006, p. 62.

AUD25,000 - AUD30,000, Description: JOHN KELLY born 1965, Dobell's Cow 1992 oil on board 46.0 x 61.0 cm signed and dated lower right: Klly 92, Estimate: [10] The grip's jaws exert a pressure of up to 30,000 pounds per square inch (210,000 kPa) on the cable. Those objections disappeared after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. JOHN KELLY born 1965, Work in Progress, Unfinished Painting 2001 oil on linen 46.0 x 61.0 cm signed and dated lower right: Klly [sic] 01 Jewish National Fund of Australia Art Auction, Melbourne, 17 November 2002, lot 2 Private collection, Melbourne, Estimate: The city purchased and reopened the lines in 1952, but the amendment to the city charter did not protect them, and the city proceeded with plans to replace them with buses.

[20] In the 1960s, the fare for a single ride was 15 cents. JOHN KELLY (born 1965) Redlegs 1996-97 oil on canvas 75.5 x 91.0 cm signed and dated lower right: Klly 97; dated and inscribed verso: REDLEGS/ 1996/97 Provenance: Niagara Galleries, Melbourne (label attached verso) Private collection, Melbourne Deutscher-Menzies, Sydney, 24 September 2008, lot 51 Company collection, Melbourne, Description: [12], Among US mass transportation systems the cable cars have the most accidents per year and per vehicle mile, with 126 accidents and 151 injuries reported in the 10 years ending 2013.

Unframed. AUD5,500 - AUD7,000, Description: The grip must smoothly grip and release the cable, know the points at which the grip must be released to coast over intersecting lines or places where the cable does not follow the tracks, and maintain clearance from other traffic. 30.0 x 22.5 cm John Kelly: Son of Moonboy, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne, 31 October - 25 November 2006, cat. [15], There are four separate cables: one 16,000-foot (4,900 m) length and one 10,300-foot (3,100 m) length for the Hyde and Mason segments, a 9,300-foot (2,800 m) length for their common Powell section, and one 21,000-foot (6,400 m) length for the California Street line. oil on canvas Exposition John Kelly, L'Espal Centre Culturel, Le Mans, France, 31 March - 15 June 2000 (label attached verso), Description: Double-ended cars serve the California Street line. JOHN KELLY born 1965 Blowin in the Wind (II) 1997, oil on canvas, 91.0 x 121.0 cm signed and dated lower right: Klly [sic] 97 signed, dated and inscribed verso: BLOWIN [sic] IN THE/ WIND (II)/ 1997/ Kelly. 'Kelly, '94' Nigagra Gallery, Melbourne, Description: AUD16,000 - AUD20,000, Description: [10] Each cable is 1.25 inches (3.2 cm) in diameter, running at a constant speed of 9.5 miles per hour (15.3 km/h), and driven by a 510 horsepower (380 kW) electric motor located in the central power house (see below), via a set of self-adjusting sheaves. AUD38,000 - AUD45,000, Description: Delighted by the humour and absurdity of this proposition, Kelly began to paint the bloated, block-like papier-mâché forms of Friesian cows.At university Kelly studied the concept of simulacrum - ' "something having merely the appearance of a certain thing without possessing its substance or proper qualities" and throughout history it has been a way of imitating, defying and deceiving perception'1 - and this research compounded his interest in the use of camouflage and optical trickery during wartime. oil on board Much of the infrastructure remained unchanged from the time of the earthquake. AUD20,000 - AUD30,000, Description: Stored 1998 Please enter a number less than or equal to 1.

Estimate: $200 - $400 Description: Artist: John Kelly Title: "San Francisco City Hall" Medium: Lithograph Year or Era: 20th C.Signature: Lower right Edition Number: Ed. JOHN KELLY born 1965 Horn 1996-98 oil on canvas 75.5 x 91.5 cm, Description: Related Work: San Francisco cable cars trace their roots all the way back to 1873. PROVENANCE [8], During the COVID-19 pandemic, the system was shut down to protect operators from infection, as cable cars do not offer a compartment separating them from passengers (unlike Muni buses, which kept running). AUD200,000 - AUD240,000, Description: AUD35,000 - AUD45,000, Description: $8 Cable Car Souvenir Tickets are sold in advance and include a San Francisco souvenir as well as a single ride.

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John Kelly born 1965 MAN AND UPSIDE-DOWN COW 1991 oil on board signed and dated 'Klly 91' lower left 51.5 X 86.2CM PROVENANCE Private Collection, Description: EXHIBITIONS: Menzies, Melbourne, 10 August 2017 SOLD for $50,000 (including buyer's premium) THE SLOG, 1989 [11] In response, a joint meeting of 27 women's civic groups, led by Friedel Klussmann, formed the Citizens' Committee to Save the Cable Cars.