Inaugurated on October 24, 1885, the Glória funicular goes up and down 275 meters, with a slope of about 18%, between Restauradores Square downtown and Rua de São Pedro de Alcântara in Bairro Alto. It takes about two minutes, and passes by the Street Art Gallery, where seven panels are installed for selected artists to present their murals. They change regularly, and anyone may contribute. The funicular was the second to operate in Lisbon, and started out using a water counterweight. It later had a steam engine, and was electrified in 1915. The current vehicle dates back to 1915, and is classified as a National Monument. It’s painted yellow since the 1920s.