Where is the world's longest line of suspension railway?

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The 13.3 kilo­me­tres (8.3 mi) long Wup­per­tal Sus­pen­sion Railway is the oldest electric elevated railway with hanging cars in the world. It was opened in 1901, and is still in use today as a normal means of local public trans­port, moving 25 million pas­sen­gers annually (2008). The system was orig­i­nal­ly designed by Eugen Langen to sell to the city of Berlin, but never got there.

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