- aerial cableway
- s.cablecarril, cablevía, vía de cable.
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aerial cableway — noun A large assortment of cables, suspended above the ground at a minesite or quarry, used to transport tools and equipment over rough territory … Wiktionary
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway — The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is a cableway to the top of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa. It is one of Cape Town s most popular tourist attractions, having passed its 16 millionth visitor on 29 December 2004.The lower cable… … Wikipedia
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway — Tafelberg Südafrikanische Landschaft mit Tafelberg und Lion’s Head Höhe 1.087 m … Deutsch Wikipedia
Aerial tramway — An aerial tramway is a type of aerial lift in which a cabin is suspended from a cable and is pulled by another cable. An aerial tramway is often called a cable car or ropeway, and sometimes incorrectly referred to as a gondola lift (not to be… … Wikipedia
Aerial railway — A*[ e] ri*al rail way (a) A stretched wire or rope elevated above the ground and forming a way along which a trolley may travel, for conveying a load suspended from the trolley. (b) An elevated cableway. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Aerial Tramway Cologne — The Aerial Tramway Cologne is the only cableway that runs across the Rhine in Cologne, Germany. 13.7 million people rode the tramway from 1957 to 2004 without an accident; and in 2004, it carried 288,500 passengers. It is considered to be Cologne … Wikipedia
aerial railway — elevated cableway; wire which forms the way along which a trolly can travel … English contemporary dictionary
List of aerial tramways — around the world.:For gondola lifts, see the List of gondola lifts.:For funitels, see the Funitel article.(Note: this list should not contain gondola lifts.)Africaflag|South Africa* The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, to summit of Table Mountain … Wikipedia
COMILOG Cableway — The COMILOG Cableway was one of the longest cableways in the world, until its closure in 1986. The ropeway conveyor ran for 76 km from Moanda in the Haut Ogooué Province of south eastern Gabon to Mbinda in the Republic of Congo. In 1954, the… … Wikipedia
Masada cableway — The Masada cableway is an aerial tramway at the ancient fortress of Masada, Israel. Its bottom station is 257 m below and its summit station is 33 metres above sea level, thereby making it the lowest aerial tramway in the world. The cableway was… … Wikipedia
Norsjö aerial tramway — is a 13.2 kilometre long aerial tramway (cable car) between Örträsk and Mensträsk in the Norsjö Municipality in Sweden. Norsjö aerial tramway went in service for passenger traffic in 1989 as a tourist attraction. It is a section of the longest… … Wikipedia