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ropeway

(rōp′wā″)
A guidewire, esp. one used to cannulate a narrow orifice, such as the sphincter of Oddi.
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Founded in 1962, BMF Group AG is in the fields of ropeway systems and amusement park facilities as well as mechanical engineering.
These aerial trams operating on ropeways offer panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and mountains.
He directed concerned authorities to prepare feasibility report to run ropeways transport on four different points.
The carrying capacity of the ropeway would be 2,000-2,500 passengers per hour in each direction on a single track.
The ropeway has been functioning since February 2013 and has a capacity of 1000 persons per day.
A poll conducted among the visitors says 91% of the passengers polled in July traveled by the ropeway Wings of Tatev for the
The aerial ropeway used at Wentworth Falls and later, Katoomba, was at the forefront of technology used for mine haulage.
The steep decrease in the 2000 season, which ran from November through March, was caused by the sluggish economy, weakened interest in skiing among young people and unfavorable weather, said the Hokkaido Ropeway and Lift Association.
We have taken a decision to introduce Metrino system on the 70- km stretch from Dhaula Kuan to Manesar on the pattern of a ropeway.
25 ( ANI ): Tourists and devotees thronged the ancient Kashmir shrine, Makhdoom Sahib, as the recent inauguration of a multi crore ropeway, makes access easy to the rough and difficult path leading to the religious site.
He has sponsored the building of the ropeway in Tatev and is now funding
Lahore, May 10, 2010 (Frontier Star): Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has given approval for the establishment of Murree Tourism Development Project (MTDP) for the speedy execution of interrelated and inter-connected projects including parking plazas, ropeway system and provision of transit transport at Murree.