Designed by the local engineer J. W. Hoar, the Saint Helena Railway Company built a two-car funicular, 924 feet (281.6 m)-long, in 1829 to carry cargo between Jamestown and the fort.
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Termite damage to the sleepers caused the Royal Engineers to remove the cars, rails and associated machinery in 1871, and it is now known as Jacob’s Ladder.

Looks doable with enough duck tape:
Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jacob's Ladder - St. Helena

Jamestown, St. Helena
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrQZr9QTqQk

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