The East Hill Lift is said by locals to be the steepest funicular railway in the UK. It takes you from the old fishing quarter of Hastings up to the top of the cliffs. It's not a vast height (probably less than 100 feet), but it saves a steep climb up streets or steps.
The return fare, I'm told, is £1.50. Of course, the pound sterling is just a joke these days, but the fare (like the cliff) seems pretty steep to those of us who remember it being fourpence up and a penny down. I'll probably carry on using my legs.