Ruby Express – Keystone, CO

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Ruby was the only Poma-family lift at Keystone until 2018.
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Double-stack Omega drive station up top.
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Looking up at the top terminal from below.
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View down an empty lift line.
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Middle part of the line.
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Return station and depression tower 1.
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Bottom station and lift line.
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Leaving the return.
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Tower 5.
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Middle part of the lift line.
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Upper lift line.
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Another view of the top station.
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3 thoughts on “Ruby Express – Keystone, CO

  1. oliver March 26, 2018 / 7:45 pm

    update the top caption new montezuma is leitner poma

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    • Michael March 27, 2018 / 5:37 am

      Ruby was built before the completed merger of Leitner and Poma in North America. So it is a Poma.👍

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  2. Donald M. Reif March 17, 2019 / 10:21 am

    The Ruby Express, Santiago Express and Outback Express lifts, when built, all had exactly the same stats as far as tower and chair numbers: 19 towers and 100 chairs each. That’s still true of the Ruby Express and Santiago Express lifts. But the Outback Express received an additional 24 chairs for the 2014-2015 season (which they achieved by moving some chairs off the Dercum Mountain high speed quads).

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