Cannon Mountain, NH

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7 thoughts on “Cannon Mountain, NH

  1. milanyvr September 19, 2019 / 8:03 am

    Anyone know what happened to that 1938 tram?


    • Teddy's Lift World September 19, 2019 / 10:05 am

      It was removed in 1981 after running parallel with the Tram II for a few years. The two cabins remain in different locations throughout the state.


  2. reaperskier January 21, 2020 / 3:50 pm

    Peabody and Zoomer were roebling double chairs.


  3. Meir K. February 17, 2020 / 7:25 am

    Who was Berry Metal Corp. ? Are they related to Pullman Berry?


    • ne_skier October 19, 2020 / 6:34 am

      I believe it is Pullman Berry. Little is known about them.


      • skitheeast October 20, 2020 / 5:01 pm

        Berry Metal is a steel and iron company based in PA. They merged with Pullman in 1968. Most of the chairs are branded as Pullman Berry.

        As a side note, the chair listed as Gremlin was branded as a Pullman Berry chair, not a Berry Metal chair. It was also named Hong Kong, not Gremlin. Other notes for the spreadsheet are that Banshee was installed in 1962, Lower T-Bar was installed in 1953, Peabody was installed in 1962, and Zoomer was installed in 1962.


        • Joseph Miele November 5, 2020 / 3:45 pm

          I believe that the lift was named after the Gremlin trail which it served. A lot of lifts were only recently given names based on the names of trails or areas which they served, including defunct ones. I thought I read somewhere that the lift was so unreliable that it was nicknamed “Hong Kong”.


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