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    What do you call the trams that are airborne, not on the ground? These are used to carry people to the top of a mountain. They hang from a wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mas94010
    What do you call the trams that are airborne, not on the ground? These are used to carry people to the top of a mountain. They hang from a wire.
    I would call them "trams". :wink:

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    Trams that go up a hill can be called a 'vernicular', I think.

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