Dunedin Cable Tramway System

The Dunedin cable tramway system was a group of cable tramway lines in the New Zealand city of Dunedin. It is significant as Dunedin was the second city in the world to adopt the cable car (the first being San Francisco).

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Dunedin Cable Tramway System - Lines - Elgin Road Extension
... The Elgin Road Extension also left the Mornington cable car house, going up Mailer Street and then following Elgin Road for a total of 0.9 miles (1.4 km) ... In contrast to Dunedin's other cable car lines, there was very little gradient on this line, perhaps explaining its early closure ...

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