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Single Chair
Mad River Glen
Vermont
Status Standing  
Type Chairlift - Single - Fixed  
Brand American Steel & Wire Company-Doppelmayr  
Install Season 1948-49  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost $150,000  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Install Length 5,234 feet  
Install Vertical 1,972 feet 
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Partially installed in 1947-48, rebuilt by Doppelmayr for 2007-08 season  

The bottom terminal
The bottom terminal

The Single Chair circa the 1960s
The Single Chair circa the 1960s

The Single Chair circa the 1950s or 1960s
The Single Chair circa the 1950s or 1960s

The Single Chair in 2002
The Single Chair in 2002

The Single Chair in 2002
The Single Chair in 2002

The Single Chair in 2002
The Single Chair in 2002

The Single Chair in 2002
The Single Chair in 2002

The Single Chair in 2005
The Single Chair in 2005

The top of the Single Chair in 2006
The top of the Single Chair in 2006

The top of the Single Chair in 2006
The top of the Single Chair in 2006

The top of the Single Chair in 2006
The top of the Single Chair in 2006

The top of the Single Chair in 2006
The top of the Single Chair in 2006

The top of the Single Chair in 2006
The top of the Single Chair in 2006

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

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

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

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

Tower 1 (2014)
Tower 1 (2014)

Tower 1 (2014)
Tower 1 (2014)

Tower 1 (2014)
Tower 1 (2014)

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