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  2. Monongahela Incline - Wikipedia

    The Monongahela Incline is a funicular located near the Smithfield Street Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Designed and built by Prussian-born engineer John Endres in 1870, it is the oldest continuously operating funicular in the United States. It is one of two surviving inclines in Pittsburgh (the other is the nearby Duquesne Incline) from ...

  3. The Monongahela Incline

    The recently refurbished Monongahela Incline was built in 1870 by engineer John J. Endres, and has been in nearly continuous use for a century and a half. It was the first passenger funicular railway built in the United States. Added to The National Register of Historic Places in 1977, this icon of Pittsburgh history was built to transport ...

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

    The Mon Incline is $3.50 for a roundtrip ticket, and Duquesne Incline $5 roundtrip with certain discounts for children and senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased at the upper or lower station for both inclines. The Monongahela Incline will accept credit cards, but the Duquesne Incline is exact cash only.

  5. Inclines - Port Authority of Allegheny County

    Often called the Mon Incline for short, the Monongahela Incline is the oldest continuously operating funicular railway in the U.S. Opened on May 28, 1870, it transports more than a half a million riders each year. Hours: Monday - Saturday: 5:30 a.m. to 12:45 a.m. Sundays and holidays: 8:45 a.m. to midnight.

  6. Monongahela Incline - Visit Pittsburgh

    120 Fifth Avenue, Fifth Avenue Place Suite 2800 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 U.S. Phone: 412.281.7711 Toll Free: 877.568.3744

  7. How to Ride the Inclines in Pittsburgh | Inclines in Pittsburgh

    Take a Ride on the Monongahela Incline. The Mon Incline’s lower station is located at 1870 West Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. The closest parking is located across the street in Station Square. The upper station is on the corner of Grandview Avenue and Wyoming Street on Mt. Washington.

  8. How to Ride on the Pittsburgh Incline - KFG

    Each Incline costs $5 for a round trip, but there are discounts for senior citizens and children. Anyone can buy tickets at the lower or upper station at either Incline. While the Monongahela Incline accepts credit card payments, the Duquesne Incline only accepts exact cash.

  9. The Monongahela Incline

    Pro Tip: If you're planning on starting at the upper station of the Mon Incline, the Pittsburgh Parking Authority lot on Shiloh Street has free parking on Sundays. Make sure and check out the excellent Grandview Bakery across the street to fuel up with some sweet treats! A Model T Runabout Roadster loaded onto the Monongahela Freight Incline ...

  10. Monongahela Freight Incline - Wikipedia

    The Monongahela Freight Incline was a funicular railway that scaled Mount Washington in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Designed by Samuel Diescher and John Endres, both immigrants from Europe, the incline was built beside the smaller, original Monongahela Incline. It opened in 1884. The incline cost $125,000 to build.

  11. Monongahela Incline | Map, Guide - Pennsylvania | AllTrails

    Monongahela Incline. Enjoy this 1.7-mile loop trail near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 50 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking, road biking, and running, and it's unlikely you'll encounter many other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are April through ...