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The two RV Gypsies and their grandson
in Chattanooga, Tennessee
July 2, 2011
entry to the Incline Railway
The Incline Railway entrance
Alex put 2 pennies in the white slots and they rolled around and around by-passing each other until they twirled down the center hole.
a penny catcher
Built by John Crass and the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway Company, The Incline is a technical marvel that at its extreme reaches an incline of 72.7%, making it the steepest passenger railway in the world. The original coal-burning steam engines were replaced by two 100-horsepower motors in 1911, but other than that the railway has not changed very much in its more than 100 years of operation.
The Incline Railway
The Incline Railway
The Incline cars are equipped to transport 42 people and has been in operation since 1895. It has big windows.
The Incline Railway
the grandson of the two RV Gypsies on the Incline Railway in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Known as America's Most Amazing Mile, The Incline's trolley-style cars climb through the natural beauty surrounding historic Lookout Mountain at a breathtaking 72.7% grade straight up - making The Incline the steepest passenger railway in the world.
The Incline traveled just under 10 mph.
a breathtaking 72.7% grade – straight up
a breathtaking 72.7% grade – straight up
a breathtaking 72.7% grade – straight up
the grandson of the two RV Gypsies exiting the Incline Railway tram
Views from the top of Lookout Mountain
View from the top of Lookout Mountain
View from the top of Lookout Mountain
View from the top of Lookout Mountain
View from the top of Lookout Mountain
View from the top of Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it started back down Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it starts back down Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it starts back down Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it starts back down Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it starts back down Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it starts back down Lookout Mountain
View of the cable car as it starts back down Lookout Mountain
The Engine Room
The Engine Room
Alex took pictures of his grandparents (the two RV Gypsies) while waiting for the ride down Lookout Mountain. It was a warm day so Karen Duquette had her fan around her neck, as usual.
The two RV Gypsies waiting for the incline ride down Lookout Mountain
Lee Duquette at Lookout Mountain
Karen Duquette at Lookout Mountain
Below: These are specially designed cars, with windows on the side and the ceiling, which allowed for good viewing from any seat. Karen Duquette aimed the camera upwards towards the windowed ceiling and took photos of their reflections.
Lee Duquette's reflection
Karen Duquette and her grandson on the Incline railway
Karen Duquette and her grandson on the Incline railway
Karen Duquette and her grandson on the Incline railway

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Dragon Dream Museum
Incline Railway
Point Park
Rock City

Ruby Falls

Chattanooga River Boat
Cloudland Canyon in Rising Fawn, Georgia (2 pages)
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