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Whitneys' J-Bar
Black Mountain Resort
New Hampshire
Status Standing  
Type J-Bar  
Brand  
Install Season 1935-36  
New Install?  
Ancestors
Cost   
Install Length 660 feet  
Install Vertical  
Final Season Standing  
Descendants
Notes Originally opened as a rope tow with hanging ropes for 1935-36. Shovel handles installed for 1936-37. Rebuilt as J-Bar for 1954-55 season.  

The lift prior to the installation of Js
The lift prior to the installation of Js

The shovel handle lift circa the 1940s
The shovel handle lift circa the 1940s

The J-Bar circa the 1960s
The J-Bar circa the 1960s

The J-Bar in 2004
The J-Bar in 2004

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014

The J-Bar in 2014
The J-Bar in 2014



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