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I was surprised it was all still there. When the development company auctioned everything off in 2005 they obviously didn't know what they had. I'm sure they could have sold off components of the lift to somebody.
Possibly insurance related issue. If the insurance co. wrote it off there could be some liability involved even though it would have been structurally sound. Can't imagine the chairs not going though ?
Besides this one said:It looks like the Sweatt Hill Jbar is still st least. Partially there. The link below has 2 recent pics of top terminal.
Found this 1960s Borvig in the woods:
Top terminal drive Borvig? The bottom terminal was removed but it looks like the drive was at the top. Certainly not like the other Borvigs I've seen.