The historic funicular in downtown Los Angeles which made a cameo in "La La Land" will chug back to life on Thursday after a four-year hiatus.
On Thursday, the city's iconic Angels Flight railway will open to the public for the first time since 2013, when the train derailed and was shut down.
For $1, commuters and visitors will be able to board one of two trains, Olivet and Sinai, which connect the steep slope between Hill and Olive Streets on Bunker Hill -- home to the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art and The Broad museum.
Following the 2013 derailment, the train underwent significant safety upgrades.
When the funicular opened in 1901, it became known as the world's shortest railway at 298 feet (91 m).
Currently, the Fisherman's Walk Cliff Railway in Southbourne, England measures 128 feet or 39 m.
In the Oscar-winning 2016 film "La La Land," the funicular revved back to life as the romantic backdrop for a kiss shared between Sebastian and Mia, played by stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
Angels Flight will resume service beginning Thursday, between the hours of 6:45 am to 10 pm, seven days a week, 365 days a year.