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Killington Gondola
Killington
Vermont
Status Removed  
Type Gondola - 4 Person  
Brand Carlevaro & Savio  
Install Season 1969-70  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost $3,500,000  Pres Smith/Skiing Heritage Journal
Install Length 17,526 feet  
Install Vertical 3,000 feet 
Final Season Standing 1993-94  
Descendants
Notes Partially installed in 1968-69  

The Killington Gondola circa 1970
The Killington Gondola circa 1970

The lift line circa 1970
The lift line circa 1970

The lift line circa 1970
The lift line circa 1970

The Killington Gondola circa the early 1970s
The Killington Gondola circa the early 1970s

The Killington Gondola possibly circa the 1970s
The Killington Gondola possibly circa the 1970s

The lift line circa the 1970s
The lift line circa the 1970s

The Killington Gondola circa the 1980s
The Killington Gondola circa the 1980s

The abandoned upper gondola lift line in 2005
The abandoned upper gondola lift line in 2005

The former midstation (2015)
The former midstation (2015)

The former midstation (2015)
The former midstation (2015)

The former midstation (2015)
The former midstation (2015)

The former midstation (2015)
The former midstation (2015)

A former phase three tower footing (2015)
A former phase three tower footing (2015)



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