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The actual mine cars that served as the 'skier subway'...

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Caption: The actual mine cars that served as the 'skier subway' taking skiers up the mountain during the first years of Park City's ski resort.
Location: Park City, Utah, USA
Copyright: © Yvette Cardozo
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Photographer Code: PARK_CITY_0189A
AGPix ID: AGPix_Cardozo_1104
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Comments: The actual mine cars that served as the 'skier subway' taking skiers up the mountain during the first years of Park City's ski resort. Then called Treasure Mountain Resort, the 'subway' was used from 1963-1966. Skiers rode the mining car three miles (nearly 5 km) into the mountain, then rode a hoist (miner's elevator) 1,800 feet (550 metres) up to the entrance of the Thaynes shaft, where they could access ski runs.

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