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English: Blondins were a type of aerial ropeway employed in open pits in the slate quarries in Wales to transport wagons loads of rock between locations. They were named after the famous tightrope walker Charles Blondin.
Français : Un blondin est un téléphérique muni d'un système de levage commandé depuis une des gares.