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  2. Opened on May 20, 1877, the Duquesne Incline was rescued and restored by a group of local residents in 1963 and still delights residents and visitors with its original, elegant, wooden cable cars. Now you can visit the interior of the incline and watch the machinery while it operates.

  3. Duquesne Incline - Wikipedia

    The Duquesne Incline ( / djuːˈkeɪn / dew-KAYN) is a funicular located near Pittsburgh 's South Side neighborhood, scaling Mt. Washington in the United States. Designed by Hungarian-American engineer Samuel Diescher, the incline was completed in 1877. The lower station is in the Second Empire style. Together with the incline, which rises 400 ...

  4. Duquesne Incline - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with...

    Scale Mount Washington in a 19th century cable car for a fun ride with breathtaking views. The ride is a 400-foot incline and brings you breathtaking views of the Pittsburgh skyline and the city’s three rivers. When uphill, visit the museum to learn more about Pittsburgh history as well as inclines from all over the world.

  5. Insider's Guide: Duquesne Incline - Visit Pittsburgh

    Opened in 1877, the Duquesne Incline is a funicular railway designed to transport people and cargo up and down the steep slopes. In 1963, the Duquesne Incline was rescued and restored by a group of residents and the nonprofit, the Society for the Preservation of the Duquesne Heights Incline .

  6. Guide to Riding the Inclines in Pittsburgh - Visit Pittsburgh

    Take a ride on the two popular Mt. Washington inclines, The Duquesne Incline and Monongahela Incline in Pittsburgh. Find out about incline hours, tickets, and more.

  7. Duquesne Incline | A Pittsburgh Incline

    Duquesne Incline. Enjoy a spectacular panorama of Pittsburgh and its three rivers. Ride to the incline's Observation Deck in the 146-year-old Incline car to see what USA Today Weekend Magazine calls one of the "10 most beautiful views in America". Historical exhibits in the waiting room entertain between rides.

  8. DUQUESNE INCLINE - 1354 Photos & 473 Reviews - Yelp

    473 reviews of Duquesne Incline "This is a one-car train built in the 1800s that goes up a large hillside in P-burg. Although not the highlight of our trip, it was fun for a couple bucks. Really nice views of the city. Great spot to stop for a date."

  9. Duquesne Incline | visitPA

    Duquesne Incline. 1197 W. Carson St. Pittsburgh, PA 15219. Phone: (412) 381-1665. Region: Pittsburgh & Its Countryside. Experience what has been called one of the 10 most beautiful views in America from the Observation deck of a well-maintained, and historic century-old cable car!

  10. Duquesne Incline | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Lonely Planet

    Duquesne Incline. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, North America. Top choice in Pittsburgh. This nifty funicular and its Monongahela Incline twin down the road, both built in the late 19th century, are Pittsburgh icons, zipping up the steep slope of Mt Washington every five to 10 minutes.

  11. Duquesne Incline - Simple English Wikipedia, the free...

    The Duquesne Incline (/ d uː ˈ k eɪ n /) is a funicular near Pittsburgh's South Side neighborhood. It travels to Mt. Washington in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania , United States. Designed by Hungarian-American engineer Samuel Diescher , the incline was completed in 1877.