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One of the personal uses around here, is those that have cabins on the lake that has a pretty steep stairway from cottage to the lake, it is a little tiring for the climb back up from the dock, especially for those getting on in age!The "hillside tram" that I have seen is on the side of Lookout Mountain in Tennesee, USA, and it pulls about 3 train cars up a hill that is about 30 degrees. But I am guessing that the one of the TS is a smaller system.
But with that limited description it seems that the TS is asking for a real engineering project of design. And ifit carries people then it falls under a huge number of regulations and rules and we should not offer any detailed advice.
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