Burke Mountain's single-person poma lift as seen in the Spring of 2008. You'll notice that there is little difference in the lift itself from the historic to modern images, as the original poma remains today, many replacement parts later. The shack to the left of the poma has disappeared as has the fence. Plywood was put up to shield the skiers from the poma sticks as they return to the station. There are many more trees in this image than in the historic image, as the hill on the right side of the images has been reforested. The utility pole is also no longer there today. In the very foreground of the historic photo there is a tree (right side). There are no trees there anymore and that ski trail, Warrens Way, is extremely wide, much wider than it was in the 60s and 70s.