June 19, 2019
By: Marcie Culbert
The incline railway is making a comeback in Niagara Falls.
Tourists can now hop on one of two 50 passenger funiculars, which will take them down Clifton Hill over to Hornblower Niagara Criuses.
It costs an extra $3 on top of the Hornblower fare.
The incline railway was first built back in 1894, but was shutdown back in 1990.