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Scale Mount Washington in one of two original 1877 cable cars for a fun and unique ride and a breathtaking view of the Pittsburgh skyline when you reach the top of the 400-foot incline. Parking available across the street from our lower station at...more
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After biking the GAP trail from DC to Pittsburgh, I had a day to do some sightseeing. I rode from my hotel (Hyatt-South side) to the Duquesne Incline. It was not too crowded so I got right on (hint, buy a roundtrip ticket). It's a...More
I read about this place online prior to our day trip to Pittsburgh. I am so glad we stopped here. The view from the top of the incline is spectacular. The history of the incline was also captivating. It was a little scary to climb...More
After a marvelous dinner with friends and clients, we decided to ride this incline down and it was worth it on what was a cold evening. Very historic incline and beautiful views of the city. Prior to boarding, we called for an Uber who was...More
Loved this great example of an early funicular railway. Reminded me of the Lynton to Lynmouth railway here in Devon, UK.
Very interesting chat with the guy who maintains the winding gear.
Amazing views from the top.
The incline ride is a neat experience with super views of downtown Pittsburgh and its many bridges. Highly recommend this vantage point for tourists. You see where the Allegheny and Monogahela rivers join to begin the Ohio River as well Heinz Field home of the...More