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Spillway East
Sugarloaf Mountain Resort
Maine
Status Removed  
Type Chairlift - Double - Fixed  
Brand Borvig  
Install Season 1975-76  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 4,020 feet  
Install Vertical 1,454 feet 
Final Season Standing 2010-11  
Descendants
Notes A deropement at Tower 8 on December 28, 2010 resulted in multiple injuries and an extended closure and investigation. The lift was removed after the season.  

Spillway East base terminal in 2008
Spillway East base terminal in 2008

Spillway East base terminal in 2008
Spillway East base terminal in 2008

Spillway East base terminal in 2008
Spillway East base terminal in 2008

Spillway East base terminal in 2008
Spillway East base terminal in 2008

Spillway East base terminal in 2008
Spillway East base terminal in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East in 2008
Spillway East in 2008

Spillway East top terminal in 2008
Spillway East top terminal in 2008

Spillway East classic Borvig top bullwheel in 2011
Spillway East classic Borvig top bullwheel in 2011

Spillway East removal in July 2011
Spillway East removal in July 2011

Spillway East tower removal in July 2011
Spillway East tower removal in July 2011

Spillway East sheave train in July 2011
Spillway East sheave train in July 2011

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