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GEORGIA-CITYSCAPE/
RTX2FWW7
June 13, 2016
A funicular railway station is seen in Tbilisi, Georgia, June 10, 2016. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
Tbilisi, Georgia
Funicular railway station is seen in Tbilisi
A funicular railway station is seen in Tbilisi, Georgia, June 10, 2016. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3BCDL
December 08, 2012
Workers free the track of the Gurtenbahn funicular railway from fresh snow on the Gurten mountain near...
Bern, Switzerland
Workers free the track of the Gurtenbahn funicular railway from fresh snow on the Gurten mountain near...
Workers free the track of the Gurtenbahn funicular railway from fresh snow on the Gurten mountain near Bern December 8, 2012. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
RUSSIA/
RTXW2KQ
December 29, 2010
A man dressed as Father Frost (L), the equivalent of Santa Claus, and a woman dressed as Snow Maiden...
Vladivostok, Russia
A man dressed as Father Frost and a woman dressed as Snow Maiden get presents out of a bag while a girl...
A man dressed as Father Frost (L), the equivalent of Santa Claus, and a woman dressed as Snow Maiden get presents out of a bag while a girl looks on in a cabin of a funicular railway, in Russia's far eastern city of Vladivostok December 29, 2010. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-POLITICS/CHAVEZ
RTXA9AU
November 05, 2008
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez visits the construction site of a funicular railway in Petare neighborhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez visits the construction site of a funicular railway in Petare neighborhood...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez visits the construction site of a funicular railway in Petare neighborhood in Caracas November 4, 2008. Anti-U.S. Chavez predicted on Sunday the "black man" will win the U.S. presidential race and offered to hold talks with him to improve ties between the superpower and one its biggest oil suppliers. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
USA-POLITICS/CHAVEZ
RTXA9AT
November 05, 2008
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez kisses a child as he visits the construction site of a funicular railway...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Chavez kisses a child as he visits the construction site of a funicular railway...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez kisses a child as he visits the construction site of a funicular railway in Petare neighborhood in Caracas November 4, 2008. Anti-U.S. Chavez predicted on Sunday the "black man" will win the U.S. presidential race and offered to hold talks with him to improve ties between the superpower and one its biggest oil suppliers. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
LISBON-ELEVATORS/
RTX8K0G
September 08, 2008
An employee looks through the open windscreen of Lisbon's Bica funicular September 1, 2008. Different...
Lisbon, Portugal
An employee looks through the open windscreen of Lisbon's Bica funicular
An employee looks through the open windscreen of Lisbon's Bica funicular September 1, 2008. Different in shapes but serving one function -- simplifying access to the upper town in the hilly Portuguese capital -- Lisbon's street elevators are national monuments. The motors and most moving parts date back to early 1900s when the machines swapped steam for electricity. But they are more than just functioning museum pieces or charming tourist attractions. City dwellers who work in the upper town still hurry to catch them in the morning to avoid a tiring hike up the cobbled pavement and to save their soles and heels. Picture taken September 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
LISBON-ELEVATORS/
RTX8JZF
September 08, 2008
Passengers travel upwards on Lisbon's Bica funicular September 1, 2008. Different in shapes but serving...
Lisbon, Portugal
Passengers travel upwards on Lisbon's Bica funicular
Passengers travel upwards on Lisbon's Bica funicular September 1, 2008. Different in shapes but serving one function -- simplifying access to the upper town in the hilly Portuguese capital -- Lisbon's street elevators are national monuments. The motors and most moving parts date back to early 1900s when the machines swapped steam for electricity. But they are more than just functioning museum pieces or charming tourist attractions. City dwellers who work in the upper town still hurry to catch them in the morning to avoid a tiring hike up the cobbled pavement and to save their soles and heels. Picture taken September 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
LISBON-ELEVATORS/
RTX8JZB
September 08, 2008
Lisbon's Bica funicular worker closes the gate at the end of a journey September 1, 2008. Different in...
Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon's Bica funicular worker closes the gate at the end of a journey
Lisbon's Bica funicular worker closes the gate at the end of a journey September 1, 2008. Different in shapes but serving one function -- simplifying access to the upper town in the hilly Portuguese capital -- Lisbon's street elevators are national monuments. The motors and most moving parts date back to early 1900s when the machines swapped steam for electricity. But they are more than just functioning museum pieces or charming tourist attractions. City dwellers who work in the upper town still hurry to catch them in the morning to avoid a tiring hike up the cobbled pavement and to save their soles and heels. Picture taken September 1, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
LITHUANIA/
RTR1NUQX
March 24, 2007
Operator Aldonas Zamockas (L) stands near passengers in a funicular railway in Kaunas March 24, 2007....
Kaunas, Lithuania
Operator Zamockas stands near passengers in a funicular railway in Kaunas
Operator Aldonas Zamockas (L) stands near passengers in a funicular railway in Kaunas March 24, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA)
LITHUANIA/
RTR1NUQM
March 24, 2007
Aldonas Zamockas , operator of a funicular, waits for passengers in Kaunas March 24, 2007. REUTERS/Ints...
Kaunas, Lithuania
Aldonas Zamockas , operator of a funicular, waits for passengers in Kaunas
Aldonas Zamockas , operator of a funicular, waits for passengers in Kaunas March 24, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins(LITHUANIA)
STG06D
RTR1KZ8
August 12, 2003
A view of the 'Lechero' funicular railway in the Chilean port city of
Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles)...
Valparaiso, Chile
VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A view of the 'Lechero' funicular railway in the Chilean port city of
Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12, 2003.
REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG03D
RTR1KZ3
August 12, 2003
People look out of the window of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in
the Chilean port city of Valparaiso,...
Valparaiso, Chile
PEOPLE LOOK OUT OF WINDOW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
People look out of the window of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in
the Chilean port city of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of
Santiago, August 12, 2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG01D
RTR1KYW
August 12, 2003
A man looks out of the window of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in
the Chilean port city of Valparaiso,...
Valparaiso, Chile
MAN LOOKS OUT OF WINDOW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A man looks out of the window of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in
the Chilean port city of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of
Santiago, August 12, 2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG02D
RTR1KYJ
August 12, 2003
A man looks out of the window of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in
the Chilean port city of Valparaiso,...
Valparaiso, Chile
MAN LOOKS OUT OF WINDOW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A man looks out of the window of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in
the Chilean port city of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of
Santiago, August 12, 2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG08D
RTR1KY9
August 12, 2003
A view of the 'Baron' funicular railway in the Chilean port city of
Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest...
Valparaiso, Chile
VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A view of the 'Baron' funicular railway in the Chilean port city of
Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12, 2003.
REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG04D
RTR1KY5
August 12, 2003
A view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the Chilean port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles)...
Valparaiso, Chile
VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the Chilean port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12,
2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG07D
RTR1KXX
August 12, 2003
A view of the 'Lechero' funicular railway in the Chilean port city of
Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles)...
Valparaiso, Chile
VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A view of the 'Lechero' funicular railway in the Chilean port city of
Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12, 2003.
REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG05D
RTR1KXT
August 12, 2003
A view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the Chilean port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles)...
Valparaiso, Chile
VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the Chilean port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12,
2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG09D
RTR1KXL
August 12, 2003
A nocturnal view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles)...
Valparaiso, Chile
NOCTURNAL VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A nocturnal view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12,
2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CB/SN
STG010D
RTR1KXF
August 12, 2003
A nocturnal view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles)...
Valparaiso, Chile
NOCTURNAL VIEW OF FUNICULAR RAILWAY IN VALPARAISO.
A nocturnal view of the 'Artilleria' funicular railway in the port city
of Valparaiso, 137 km (85 miles) northwest of Santiago, August 12,
2003. REUTERS/Carlos Barria 2004 CALENDAR PP03100133

CB/SN
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAQS5
November 14, 2000
Austrian Army helicopters stand next to the railway track (R) and a white tent of forensic experts in...
Kaprun, Austria
AUSTRIAN ARMY HELICOPTERS LAND AT THE RAILWAY TRACK IN KAPRUN.
Austrian Army helicopters stand next to the railway track (R) and a white tent of forensic experts in Kaprun, November 14, 2000. At least 160 people were killed on Saturday when an Austrian funicular train packed with skiers was trapped in a tunnel and destroyed by a fire so fierce it left almost nothing behind but twisted metal. Eight passengers had escaped from the funicular train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg.

MAD
AUSTRIA
RTXK4QY
November 12, 2000
Two empty cable cars hang in the air November 12, 2000, near the entrance to an Alpine funicular railway...
Kaprun, Austria
Two empty cable cars hang in the air November 12, 2000, near the entrance to an Alpine funicular rai.....
Two empty cable cars hang in the air November 12, 2000, near the entrance to an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at least 150 people were killed in a fire. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg on Saturday.
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAONK
November 12, 2000
Austrian rescue workers walk down the railway track of the Alpine funicular tunnel in Kaprun where at...
Kaprun, Austria
RESCUE WORKERS WALK DOWN RAILWAY TRACK IN KAPRUN.
Austrian rescue workers walk down the railway track of the Alpine funicular tunnel in Kaprun where at least 155 people were killed in a fire November 12, 2000. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg on Saturday.

MAD
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAON6
November 12, 2000
Austrian rescue workers walk to the entrance of an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at...
Kaprun, Austria
RESCUE WORKERS WALK TO ENTRANCE OF SKI RAILWAY TUNNEL IN KAPRUN.
Austrian rescue workers walk to the entrance of an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at least 155 people were killed in a fire November 12, 2000. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg on Saturday.

MAD
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAOMY
November 12, 2000
Austrian rescue workers walk to the entrance of an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at...
Kaprun, Austria
RESCUE WORKERS WALK TO ENTRANCE OF SKI RAILWAY TUNNEL IN KAPRUN.
Austrian rescue workers walk to the entrance of an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at least 155 people were killed in a fire November 12, 2000. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg on Saturday.

MAD
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAOMK
November 12, 2000
Picture shows the entrance to an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at least 155 people...
Kaprun, Austria
ENTRANCE TO RAILWAY TUNNEL WHERE 155 PEOPLE WERE KILLED IN KAPRUN.
Picture shows the entrance to an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at least 155 people were killed in a fire November 12, 2000. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg on Saturday.

MAD
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAO9N
November 12, 2000
Cameramen film the entrance to an Alpine railway tunnel in Kaprun November 12, 2000, in which more than...
Kaprun, Austria
CAMERAMEN FILM THE ENTRANCE TO RAILWAY TUNNEL IN KAPRUN.
Cameramen film the entrance to an Alpine railway tunnel in Kaprun November 12, 2000, in which more than 150 people were killed in a fire on Saturday. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the funicular train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg.

LE/CRB
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAO9H
November 12, 2000
The peak of Kitzsteinhorn mountain is framed by black flags November 12, 2000, the day after a fire inside...
Kaprun, Austria
A VIEW ON THE PEAK OF KITZSTEINHORN WITH BLACK FLAGS.
The peak of Kitzsteinhorn mountain is framed by black flags November 12, 2000, the day after a fire inside a railway tunnel up to the Kitzsteinhorn in which more than 150 people died. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the funicular train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg.

LE/CRB
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRAO9A
November 12, 2000
The peak of Kitzsteinhorn mountain is framed by black flags November 12, 2000, the day after a fire inside...
Kaprun, Austria
A VIEW ON THE PEAK OF KITZSTEINHORN WITH BLACK FLAGS.
The peak of Kitzsteinhorn mountain is framed by black flags November 12, 2000, the day after a fire inside a railway tunnel up to the Kitzsteinhorn in which more than 150 people died. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the funicular train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg.

LE/CRB
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTRANY6
November 12, 2000
Two empty cable cars hang in the air November 12, 2000, near the entrance to an Alpine funicular railway...
Kaprun, Austria
EMPTY CABLE CARS HANG ABOVE ENTRANCE TO RAILWAY TUNNEL IN KAPRUN.
Two empty cable cars hang in the air November 12, 2000, near the entrance to an Alpine funicular railway tunnel in Kaprun where at least 150 people were killed in a fire. Twelve passengers managed to escape from the train, which was trapped deep inside the 3,200-metre Kitzsteinhorn mountain southwest of the city of Salzburg on Saturday.

PR/
GEORGIA JAPAN CRASH
RTR5IDP
June 21, 2000
A nurse transports an unidentified injured Japanese tourist at a hospital in Tbilisi June 21. Eight Japanese...
Tbilisi, Georgia
NURSE TRANSPORTS INJURED JAPANESE TOURIST IN TBILISI.
A nurse transports an unidentified injured Japanese tourist at a hospital in Tbilisi June 21. Eight Japanese tourists were seriously injured in ex-Soviet Georgia on Wednesday when a 100-year-old funicular railway crashed, a police spokesman said.

CVI/ME
GEORGIA JAPAN CRASH
RTR5IDI
June 21, 2000
Nurses transport an unidentified injured Japanese tourist at a hospital in Tbilisi June 21. Eight Japanese...
Tbilisi, Georgia
NURSES TRANSPORT INJURED JAPANESE TOURIST IN TBILISI.
Nurses transport an unidentified injured Japanese tourist at a hospital in Tbilisi June 21. Eight Japanese tourists were seriously injured in ex-Soviet Georgia on Wednesday when a 100-year-old funicular railway crashed, a police spokesman said.

CVI/ME
AUSTRIA TRAIN
RTR11ZKU
March 14, 1999
Sandra Schmitt of Germany in action on her way to win the women's dual Freestyle World Championships...
Meiringen, Switzerland
FILE PHOTO OF SANDRA SCHMITT IN ACTION IN MEIRINGEN.
Sandra Schmitt of Germany in action on her way to win the women's dual Freestyle World Championships in Meiringen/Hasliberg March 14, 1999. Schmitt, aged 19, and her parents were among more than 150 people who died on Saturday when a funicular railway bringing skiers to Austrias Alpine pistes was destroyed by fire.

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