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Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh

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Tramway · Transportation
A funicular that scales Mount Washington, Duquesne Incline was built to carry cargo up the mountain. In the late 19th century, the tram began hauling passengers, and it still does today, transporting locals to work as well as visitors. The line has been completely renovated, with the paint scraped off to reveal the original woodwork. The lower station is in Pittsburgh's South Side neighborhood and has also been renovated to reveal the original facade. The attraction is considered an icon of Pittsburgh because it offers views of the city's downtown Golden Triangle and because it's listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Arrange your visit to Duquesne Incline and discover more family-friendly attractions in Pittsburgh using our Pittsburgh online travel route planner.
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  • We've never been on an incline, so not only was this a neat experience, but it was very peaceful and pretty. It was an inexpensive trip up and down the incline. If you don't have change to pay the.....  more »
  • This 125 year old funicular is a fun way to get to the restaurants overlooking the city. You park at the bottom and ride to the top. It runs late enough so you’re not rushed during dinner.  more »

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