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Mad River Glen, Single Chair Ski Lift, 62 Mad River Glen Resort Road, Fayston, Washington County, VT

Mad River Glen, Single Chair Ski Lift, 62 Mad River Glen Resort Road, Fayston, Washington County, VT

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
American Steel and Wire Company
Mad River Glen Cooperative
Palmedo, Roland
Cooke, James N
J.A. Roebling & Sons
Ski Tow Owners Association
Starr, Cornelius Vander
Mt. Mansfield Company, Inc.
Harris, Fred
Schwarzenbach, Robert
Cooke, Nancy Reynolds
Lord, Charles D
McIlvaine, Alexander "Sandy"
Bannerman, Gordon H
Curran, James M
Trout, Glen H
Mad River Glen Cooperative, sponsor
Christianson, Justine, transmitter
Olugbenle, Adedotun, field team
Cochran, John, field team
Walker, Ashley, field team
Marston, Christopher, project manager


North Fayston44.20744, -72.87566
Google Map of 44.2074374, -72.8756638


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