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Summit T-Bar
The Highlands
New Hampshire
Status Partially Standing  
Type T-Bar  
Brand Poma  
Install Season 1968-69  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 2,650 feet  
Install Vertical 550 feet 
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes  

The Summit T-Bar circa the late 1960s or early 1970s
The Summit T-Bar circa the late 1960s or early 1970s

The Summit T-Bar in 2002
The Summit T-Bar in 2002

The Summit T-Bar in 2014
The Summit T-Bar in 2014

The Summit T-Bar in 2014
The Summit T-Bar in 2014

The Summit T-Bar in 2014
The Summit T-Bar in 2014

The Summit T-Bar in 2014
The Summit T-Bar in 2014

The Summit T-Bar in 2014
The Summit T-Bar in 2014

The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014
The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014

The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014
The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014

The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014
The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014

The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014
The Summit T-Bar top terminal in 2014



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