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East Chair
Cranmore Mountain Resort
New Hampshire
Status Removed  
Type Chairlift - Double - Fixed  
Brand Roebling-Mueller  
Install Season 1955-56  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 2,300 feet  
Install Vertical 600 feet 
Final Season Standing 2011-12  
Descendants
Notes Rebuilt by Mueller after fire for 1973-74 season  

The East Bowl Double in 2007
The East Bowl Double in 2007

The East Bowl Double in 2007
The East Bowl Double in 2007

The East Bowl Double in 2007
The East Bowl Double in 2007

The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007
The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007

The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007
The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007

The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007
The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007

The East Bowl Double bottom terminal in 2007
The East Bowl Double bottom terminal in 2007

The East Bowl Double bottom terminal in 2007
The East Bowl Double bottom terminal in 2007

The East Bowl Double in 2007
The East Bowl Double in 2007

The East Bowl Double in 2007
The East Bowl Double in 2007

The East Bowl Double in 2007
The East Bowl Double in 2007

The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007
The East Bowl Double top terminal in 2007

Removal of the East Bowl Double in spring 2012
Removal of the East Bowl Double in spring 2012

Removal of the East Bowl Double in spring 2012
Removal of the East Bowl Double in spring 2012

The former East Chair base terminal location in 2014
The former East Chair base terminal location in 2014

The former East Chair lift line in 2014
The former East Chair lift line in 2014



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