TOMORROW’S FEATURES TODAY

Filed Under (History Updates) by admin on 11-09-2012

This is the brochure for the Red Chair from Arthur Thorner’s desk.  By the time the order was filled Heron had merged with Poma.   The Red Chair is a 1971 Heron-Poma fixed grip double chair.

Bob Heron was a pioneering lift engineer building lifts such Cannon’s Original Tramway and the nation’s first single cable double chair at Berthoud Pass, CO.  He was known as a conservative engineer with an excellent safety record.  Bob retired in 1977 but worked as a consultant on Cannon’s current Tram in 1980.

It only makes sense that America’s greatest lift designer built the Red Chair. I will ride easier next time knowing Magic has Tomorrow’s Features Today!

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6 Responses to “TOMORROW’S FEATURES TODAY”


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