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Sounds like fun!
28/Feb/10 12:12 AM
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Theresa, it starts off flat and then drops at a very steep angle down through the rock to the bottom of the valley. It was originally used to bring coal out of the valley. Not my photo but I have been down this railway many times over many years.
28/Feb/10 12:25 AM
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Theresa I went on this ride about 20 years ago and it was fun, quite thrilling for that many years ago and very scenic.
28/Feb/10 12:32 AM
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It's probably better than any amusement park ride!
28/Feb/10 1:13 AM
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They had a tram like that down by the 'cave of the winds' in Colorado. I prefer the Skunk train in California.
28/Feb/10 3:00 AM
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I remember the phenomenal effect as you burst out of the tunnel into the light.
28/Feb/10 3:36 AM
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On a barge trip in France, we went down an incline like that in our barge. I'll look for the picture.
28/Feb/10 3:37 AM
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I prefer a nice, flat swamp
Heights creep me out
28/Feb/10 3:37 AM
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I don't know meters & centimeters, just yards, feet and inches. Kind of tells you how old I am!

Kathy, were you traveling thru locks on the barge? There are some near me but I never understood how they worked until I read a great Dick Francis book.
28/Feb/10 4:46 AM
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Dick Frances! I have all of his books, from a beatup paperback to an autographed copy. I choked up when I heard of his death. whereizzy, you touched a nerve. Back to the puzzle. I've been on those "amusement?" rides. Mother Nature can outdo them all, but not with me aboard, thank you.
28/Feb/10 5:40 AM
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whereizzy, I have just done the conversions for you

450m = 1476'
250m = 820'
80m = 262'
28/Feb/10 5:43 AM
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Sign me up for a future visit.

28/Feb/10 7:33 AM
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Ian, I'll have to write them on my hand to remember...thank you!

Linda, I have all but the two newest books by Francis. I understand he and his son have writen another one that will be out soon. I have them in hardback and paper. There are so many I love to read over and over. When I More...
28/Feb/10 8:34 AM
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They were just a guide whereizzy, but failing memory is something familiar -I think.
28/Feb/10 8:48 AM
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I have been on the railway once when my eldest was little, NEVER again, I'll stay on the ground with Jim
28/Feb/10 8:48 AM
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It is my photo! 52 degrees is the same in all languages! We had some NZ relatives over in November ...
28/Feb/10 5:06 PM
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