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Upper T-Bar
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort
Massachusetts
Status Removed  
Type T-Bar  
Brand Constam  
Install Season 1948-49  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 2,200 feet  
Install Vertical  
Final Season Standing 1977-78  
Descendants
Notes Installation commenced in 1947 but was cancelled due to availability of steel. Installation was completed for 1948-49 season.  

The lift line circa 1948 or 1949
The lift line circa 1948 or 1949

The lift line circa 1948 or 1949
The lift line circa 1948 or 1949

The lift line circa 1948 or 1949
The lift line circa 1948 or 1949

The lift line circa 1948 or 1949
The lift line circa 1948 or 1949

Top terminal construction in 1948
Top terminal construction in 1948

Top terminal construction in 1948
Top terminal construction in 1948

The Upper T-Bar at Jiminy Peak circa the 1950s or 1960s
The Upper T-Bar at Jiminy Peak circa the 1950s or 1960s

The bottom terminal circa the 1950s
The bottom terminal circa the 1950s



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