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#2 T-Bar
Titcomb Mountain Ski Area
Maine
Status Standing  
Type T-Bar  
Brand Constam-Hall  
Install Season 1973-74  
New Install?  
Ancestors Lower T-Bar, Cannon, NH
Cost   
Install Length 1,500 feet  
Install Vertical  
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Likely installed from Cannon, NH  

The #2 T-Bar in 2008
The #2 T-Bar in 2008

The #2 T-Bar in 2008
The #2 T-Bar in 2008

Installation of a new cable on the #2 T-Bar in 2013
Installation of a new cable on the #2 T-Bar in 2013

Installation of a new cable on the #2 T-Bar in 2013
Installation of a new cable on the #2 T-Bar in 2013

The #2 T-Bar in 2013
The #2 T-Bar in 2013

The #2 T-Bar bottom terminal in 2014
The #2 T-Bar bottom terminal in 2014

The #2 T-Bar bottom terminal in 2014
The #2 T-Bar bottom terminal in 2014

The #2 T-Bar bottom terminal in 2014
The #2 T-Bar bottom terminal in 2014

The #2 T-Bar in 2014
The #2 T-Bar in 2014

The #2 T-Bar in 2014
The #2 T-Bar in 2014

The #2 T-Bar in 2014
The #2 T-Bar in 2014

The #2 T-Bar in 2014
The #2 T-Bar in 2014

The #2 T-Bar in 2014
The #2 T-Bar in 2014

The #2 T-Bar top terminal in 2014
The #2 T-Bar top terminal in 2014

The bottom terminal (2016)
The bottom terminal (2016)

The bottom terminal (2016)
The bottom terminal (2016)

The bottom terminal (2016)
The bottom terminal (2016)

The lift line (2016)
The lift line (2016)

The lift line (2016)
The lift line (2016)

A grip (2016)
A grip (2016)

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