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Knoll T-Bar
Black Mountain Resort
New Hampshire
Status Removed  
Type T-Bar  
Brand Constam  
Install Season 1948-49  
New Install?  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 3,500 feet  
Install Vertical  
Final Season Standing 1983-84  
Descendants
Notes Installed by Roebling. Likely removed after 1983-84 season.  

Looking uphill from the bottom terminal
Looking uphill from the bottom terminal

The Knoll T-Bar circa the 1950s
The Knoll T-Bar circa the 1950s

The top terminal (right) circa 1970
The top terminal (right) circa 1970

The lift line (left) circa the 1970s
The lift line (left) circa the 1970s



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