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We're Mobile, We're National & We're Monuments

Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.


Puzzle ID:#34917
Fun:*** (2.51)
Difficulty:** (2.01)
Submitted By:OldChinaHand*****




In a barn in a city,
where a singer left something
there you will find us.
None of us are named Desire,
and we're always being pulled about.
And if you want to ride us
on some lines you got to get out and push us.
But, we're still the United States' only mobile National Monuments.

What are we?


In New Orleans, a close kin runs on Desire Street.

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Jan 18, 2007

I knew that the answer had to be cable cars but I did not know that they are national monuments. Great job!!
Jan 18, 2007

One of your clues is incorrect and it threw me off. The USS Constitution, in Boston, MA is also a National Monument and it is very much mobile.
Jan 18, 2007

Yes Kiroho, the USS Constitution, in Boston, MA is also a National Monument and it was very much mobile, she is a fine ship and is undergoing restoration, and is still commission vessel I believe, but she doesn't sail away chasing the sunsets. That would be a grand sight see her under full sail out to sea again. But I have no record of her being declared a National Mobile Monument. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Your fine feedback is appreciated.

And thanks to all who stop by to share their comments. OCH
Jan 18, 2007

Good one. I had heard this fact before, but forgot it.
Jan 19, 2007

Nice teaser! Had it when I saw "desire" capitalized!
Jan 22, 2007

Having just returned from San Francisco, I knew this from the title.
Feb 04, 2008

Great teaser! I guessed a street car, so I was way off!

I especially liked the bit of history you put into the explanation, that made the teaser educational as well as fun to do!

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