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  1. Discovering the Cliff Lift - Saltburn's Inclined Tramway

    Welcome to Saltburn by the Sea's Victorian cliff lift. The inclined tramway is still in operation and stands as a testament to Victorian engineering

  2. Cliffe, Kent - Wikipedia,_Kent

    Cliffe is a village on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent, England, reached from the Medway Towns by a three-mile (4.8 km) ... with an elaborate tramway added.

  3. Cliffe Cement Works - Cliffe History

    North Kent cement industry centering upon Cliffe. ... and a tramway to a jetty adjacent to Cliffe fort. A second rotary kiln was added in 1926. The ...

  4. Pastscape - Detailed Result: CLIFFE CEMENT WORKS

    CLIFFE CEMENT WORKS. ... Two of the circular kilns also survive, as does the bed of the canal, and adjacent tramway, which linked the works to Cliffe Creek.

  5. South Cliffe Tramway - Kompass

    UK company, located in Scarborough providing rail transport services. Call South Cliffe Tramway for more information.

  6. Scarborough Cliff Railway -

    Scarborough Cliff Railway. ... The Scarborough South Cliff Tramway Company Limited was created in 1873 to link the South Cliff Esplanade with the South Sands, ...

  7. The famous Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway opened in 1890 and is the highest and the steepest totally water powered railway in the world! This historic funicular ...

  8. Cliffe Fort - Cliffe History

    At the northern border of Cliffe Parish, where it meets the River Thames, stands Cliffe Fort. Cliffe Fort is one of 5 surviving coastal forts in the Thames and Medway ...

  9. Scarborough funiculars - Wikipedia

    Scarborough funiculars plan. ... The first funicular railway in the United Kingdom, the Scarborough South Cliff Tramway Company Limited was created in 1873.

  10. Bridgnorth Cliff Railway - Official Site

    Englands Oldest and Steepest Electrical, Operational Cliff Railway in Bridgnorth, Shropshire