Ropeways New Routes


Ropeways New Routes

Published 18 Dec, 2017



The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 

The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 

The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 

The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.

 The first use of ropes to transport people was in China in the 16th century. In those days they had to use rope until steel cable was invented in 1834. People used these ropes to cross bodies of water, initially transferring themselves, hand over hand, with the body suspended by a crude harness. The next application was to pull oneself in a basket.