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Mt. Rowe Single
Gunstock Mountain Resort
New Hampshire
Status Removed  
Type Chairlift - Single - Fixed  
Brand American Steel & Wire Company  
Install Season 1937-38  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 3,200 feet  
Install Vertical 714 feet 
Final Season Standing 1979-80  
Descendants
Notes Installed by Hussey Manufacturing Company. Dedicated by Governor Francis Murphy on February 5, 1938. Likely rebuilt for 1951-52 season. Wire rope broke on July 25, 1956, resulting in fatality and injuries. Lift was soon repaired. Closed after 1976-77 season. Likely removed after 1979-80 season  

The Mt. Rowe Single circa the 1950s
The Mt. Rowe Single circa the 1950s

The base terminal (background) (1960s)
The base terminal (background) (1960s)

The Mt. Rowe Single circa the 1970s
The Mt. Rowe Single circa the 1970s

The former Mt. Rowe Single Chair lift line in 2011
The former Mt. Rowe Single Chair lift line in 2011



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