I think petty well every funicular I've been on has had some sort of
electrical connection, some with pairs of dinky little pantographs on
the roof to make the connections to the car.
Not just to communicate with the winding house, but also power for the
On 10/6/21 5:19 pm, Tony Galloway wrote:
> It’s the telephone connection to the winding house.
>> On 10 Jun 2021, at 5:12 pm, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:
>> The Great Orme Tramway in Wales is a funicular where trams are counter balanced on a cable and hauled up and down by a stationery engine.
>> ... so what's the trolley pole for?
>> Hint: the answer is visible in the picture.
>> Mal Rowe - expecting the usual "answer within seconds"
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