Huge suspended ropes that transport folks and materials up over steep and mountainous terrain.
The carts do not continuously circulate, but the wait and long queues are well worth it for the spectacular views. Originally the cableways involved a lot of manual labour to operate, but in 317 2A the first mechanical cableway was open for business. Since the dawn of the Third Age, wire rope has replaced traditional barac ones, and new methods of powering the machines that crank the cables is being developed.
"If it weren't such a long journey I'd rather avoid the cable carts. They make me feel dizzy being up so high, and the jolts as the cart suddenly lurches downwards after passing over one of the support pylons makes my stomach drop. I don't care if it's banned on the cart - next time I'm bringing a stiff drink to give me some liquid courage. "