Re: Re: Liffey Cable Car
It’s hard to see the “lateral thinking” angle that Frank McDonald is going on about. The cable cars that I’ve seen have been used to ferry people across a chasm (e.g. Dursey Island was mentioned earlier on) or to carry people up a hill (e.g. somewhere like the Zugspitz in Germany or any ski lift you care to mention). In both of those types of case, the cable car is necessary or at the very least extremely useful.
How does building a totally unnecessary cable car which will only function as a tourist attraction constitute “lateral thinking”:confused: