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Jun 9, 2022

[Answer] Where is the world's shortest railway?

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...1. Lisbon 2. Los Angeles 3. Hong Kong 4. Barcelona




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Los Angeles - How short is the world’s shortest railway? Just 298 feet, or about the length of a city block. Angel’s Flight in downtown Los Angeles climbs from Hill Street to Grand Avenue at a relatively steep 33 percent grade incline. (You might recognize it from such films as “La La Land.”) The funicular was built in 1901 so wealthy residents of Bunker Hill at the time were spared the 200 steps down from their Victorian mansions. The original site of the railway was actually half a block away before it was closed in 1969. It reopened in 1996 with its two original cars Sinai and Olivet, named after the Biblical mountains, Mount Sinai and the Mount of Olives. And if you want to visit the popular tourist attraction today, you’ll pay just $1 for a short ride through history.:


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