The line from Ladstock to the Visitor Centre.
Exact location of the middle station is unknown but, one possibility is on the site of the bungalow that can be seen beyond the tall pine. However, as cables can't do 90 degree bends, the middle station will effectively be two stations, one for each leg of the journey. Pylons could be higher than shown. Aonoch Mor website tells us that, for their project, each station took 200 tonnes of concrete. No figure given for concrete bases to the pylons. Aonoch Mor is a single straight line with 18 pylons, so we'd expect the same number for Whinlatter. Visitors to Bob's Seat (the open brown patch at 320m/1050ft on the hillside at right) might be amused to find themselves looking down on the cable car line. With the route running parallel to the road, passengers in the gondolas might be surprised to find that they'd paid £21 each when they could have simply driven up.