cog railway

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Synonyms for cog railway

railway for steep mountains

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Later, drive west on Ruxton Avenue toward the Pikes Peak Cog Railway.
A cog railway ride to Zermatt, a visit to a Gruyere cheese dairy and a journey on the Glacier Express railway are among the highlights of a 15-day tour of Switzerland.
Just 90 minutes from downtown Denver, the world's highest cog railway climbs from Manitou Springs to the summit of Pikes Peak, 14,110 feet above sea level.
Train enthusiasts will love the Achenseebahn steam cog railway which trundles high up the mountain to the Achensee, the largest mountain lake in the Tyrol.
Zugspitze -- accessible only by tram or cog railway from town, which rattles up a steep track in a tunnel through the guts of the mountain -- is entirely above tree line and is way less crowded than Classic.
The Mount Washington Cog Railway also got a head start on its season and the Mount Washington Auto Road opened to the top in May as well.
Wengen really pulls in the English crowds, attracted to the way it can only be accessed by a small, electric cog railway.
If you want a break from the slopes, try going for a ride up Mount Washington on the famous cog railway.
Today, visitors can reach the summit by cog railway, car or foot.
Six miles from the hotel is the Mount Washington Cog railway, the world's first mountain climbing cog railway that offers a 3-hour round trip to the top of the 6,288-foot Mount Washington.
Hike it, drive it, or ride a cog railway up it - you've got to do the Peak.
More streamers of steam puffed up the slopes of the mountain beneath tiny engines climbing the world's first cog railway.
highest Cog railway in the world, a visit to the historic mining
Audit Service of electromotive - for cog railway Prince Granarolo-and narrow-gauge railway Genova Casella, divided into 2 lots.