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Double Chair
Tyrol Ski Area
New Hampshire
Status Removed  
Type Chairlift - Double - Fixed  
Brand Poma  
Install Season 1968-69  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 3,478 feet  
Install Vertical 960 feet 
Final Season Standing 1980s  
Descendants
Notes  

The double chairlift circa 1969 or 1970
The double chairlift circa 1969 or 1970

Calvin Dearborn and St. Bernard Suzie on the double chairlift circa 1969
Calvin Dearborn and St. Bernard Suzie on the double chairlift circa 1969

The Double Chair circa the 1970s
The Double Chair circa the 1970s

One of the top tower footings (2014)
One of the top tower footings (2014)

The top tower footing (2014)
The top tower footing (2014)

The former top terminal, now used as a weather station and cam for the Mt. Washington Observatory (2014)
The former top terminal, now used as a weather station and cam for the Mt. Washington Observatory (2014)

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



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