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Eclipse Triple
Tenney Mountain
New Hampshire
Status Standing  
Type Chairlift - Triple - Fixed  
Brand Borvig-Poma  
Install Season 1987-88  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 3,125 feet  
Install Vertical 622 feet 
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Originally planned for a 1986 Poma triple install. While the Heron Poma chairlift was originally supposed to be partially reused, it was sold, and Poma commenced construction on the new lift with some used towers from Stratton. Tenney paid $210,000 of the $705,000 contract prior to work stopping.  

The Eclipse Triple in 2003
The Eclipse Triple in 2003

The Eclipse Triple in 2003
The Eclipse Triple in 2003

The Eclipse Triple in 2003
The Eclipse Triple in 2003

The Eclipse Triple in 2003
The Eclipse Triple in 2003

The Eclipse Triple in 2003
The Eclipse Triple in 2003

The Eclipse Triple in 2003
The Eclipse Triple in 2003

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2006
The Eclipse Triple in 2006

The Eclipse Triple in 2011
The Eclipse Triple in 2011

The Eclipse Triple in 2011
The Eclipse Triple in 2011

The bottom terminal (2015)
The bottom terminal (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The lift line (2015)
The lift line (2015)

The top terminal (2015)
The top terminal (2015)

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