(TOP) Known as the worlds steepest vehicular inclined plane, the Johnstown Inclined Plane opened for business on July 1, 1891 still continues to haul passengers and vehicles up the 896.5 feet of track to the hillside above. (SECOND FROM TOP) Alan McKee, an operator of the Johnstown Inclined Plane, guides the historic incline, which opened in 1891 the 896.5 feet from the bottom of the hill to top on Sunday afternoon, July 15, 2007. (THIRD) The Johnstown Inclined Plane moves along the tracks. (BOTTOM) In town for a family reunion, Dan Kautz, 68, of Odenton, MD., (right) rides on the Johnstown Inclined Plane as his wife, Connie, 68, (left) shows her grandsons, Tanner Kautz, 3, and DJ Kautz, 8, of Glen Burnie, MD., the scenes she remembers as a child riding the incline. For over 60 years she has made many trips up and down the historic incline. As a child, her mother worked at the top of the hill and she would ride up to visit with her.