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A Guide to Cincinnati’s Mount Adams Neighborhood

A Guide to Cincinnati’s Mount Adams Neighborhood

The Mount Adams Incline, an inclined railway that connected Downtown Cincinnati to the hilltop district of Mt. Adams, was erected in 1872. This made it much easier for streetcars and vehicles to get up to the neighborhood. From the 1880s to the 1910s, this resulted in a housing construction boom.’, “In this post, we’ll give you a tour of Mt. Adams, including a brief history of how it came to be the neighborhood it is now, a list of its greatest restaurants, bars, and taverns, and a list of nearby attractions.

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