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Maine T-Bar
Mt. Abram
Maine
Status Standing  
Type T-Bar  
Brand Hall  
Install Season 1961-62  
New Install?  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 3,350 feet  
Install Vertical 935 feet 
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes  

The Maine T-Bar in 2010
The Maine T-Bar in 2010

The Maine T-Bar in 2010
The Maine T-Bar in 2010

The Maine T-Bar in 2010
The Maine T-Bar in 2010

The Maine T-Bar in 2010
The Maine T-Bar in 2010

The bottom terminal (2010)
The bottom terminal (2010)

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The Maine T-Bar in 2013
The Maine T-Bar in 2013

The bottom terminal (2014)
The bottom terminal (2014)

The bottom terminal (2014)
The bottom terminal (2014)

A grip (2014)
A grip (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The lift line (2014)
The lift line (2014)

The top terminal (2014)
The top terminal (2014)



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