aerial cableway


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aerial cableway

[′e·rē·əl ′kā·bəl‚wā]
(mechanical engineering)
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Jungfraubahn Holding owns currently 68.3% in the garage operator, while the Lauterbrunnen Municipality controls 23.4% and Wengen-Maennlichen Aerial Cableway has the remainder.
Those that have a head for heights can take a helicopter tour or ride the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway to the summit, towering 1085m above the city.
In Guatemala, banana plantation workers would hitch rides with banana baskets hooked to an aerial cableway - running along when the clearance was low, then leaping and soaring while hanging onto the baskets as they crossed roads and rivers.
The police said Togo apparently fell about 10 meters to his death from a mountain road, about 1 kilometer from the aerial cableway station at the mountain's fifth station.
Ahead you'll pass an eerie sight: stubby, rusted pylons which once supported an aerial cableway whose buckets carried copper ore to the narrow gauge railway to Porthmadog.
Fifteen years ago, the skiers could easily descend the short distance from the top station of the aerial cableway to the slopes, where they started their run down the glacier toward Andermatt.

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