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The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Accessibility for the Disabled

The Duquesne Incline
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:
Accessibility for the Disabled

Persons using wheelchairs are invited to experience a ride on The Duquesne Incline, with the trip starting and ending at the Upper Station, 1220 Grandview Avenue in the Duquesne Heights section of Mount Washington. From the Upper Station, wheelchair patrons can access an historic Incline car, the Upper Station Waiting Room with small museum, Lower Station Waiting Room including a few displays, and the Upper Station Observation Deck overlooking the beautiful Golden Triangle of Downtown Pittsburgh. To ensure prompt service, please telephone The Duquesne Incline at (412) 381-1665, prior to your arrival.

Due to the age of the facility, there is currently no wheelchair access between the boarding platforms of the Lower Station and the nearby parking lot or the bus stops on West Carson Street. These boarding platforms are actually on the second floor of the Lower Station's building. The ability to climb and descend steps is necessary to reach the West Carson Street bus stops and the parking lot near the Ohio River, from the Lower Incline Station.




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