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Tram
Cannon Mountain
New Hampshire
Status Removed  
Type Aerial Tramway  
Brand American Steel & Wire Company  
Install Season 1938-39  
New Install? New  
Ancestors
Cost $250,000  Nashua Telegraph
Install Length 5,410 feet  
Install Vertical 2,022 feet 
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Tram car Lincoln dropped to the ground on March 12, 1963, injuring a worker. A replacement was procured from Heron in Colorado and installed for an estimated $39,000 in 1963.  

The Tram circa the 1940s
The Tram circa the 1940s

The Tram circa the 1960s
The Tram circa the 1960s

The Tram circa the 1960s
The Tram circa the 1960s

The Tram circa the 1970s
The Tram circa the 1970s

The two trams circa 1980
The two trams circa 1980

One of the former tram cars in a maintenance lot in 2011
One of the former tram cars in a maintenance lot in 2011

The former tram top terminal in 2011
The former tram top terminal in 2011

The former tram top terminal in 2011 (left)
The former tram top terminal in 2011 (left)



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