My "roll off shed" observatory includes attachment points for a manual winch / manual chain block. Over the years this equipment has proven to be very useful in assembling and disassembling the two 9.25" EQ mounted telescopes that live in the observatory. It is very easy to remove or load a CPC 9.25 onto its wedge without disturbing the polar alignment - of course it is checked and tweaked afterwards by star drift method. The manual chain block shown was also useful when I replaced the RA bearings in both mounts.
I put this post up just to point out this is a useful tool to "build" into your observatory. This winch can lift 200 kg very easily so the whole telescope-tripod assembly (~80 kg) can be moved if desired. It goes without saying that the observatory needs to be sufficiently robust.
My observatory incidentally is built from a commercial steel glass house mounted on a steel chassis. It rolls off on tracks and has a lot of extra bracing. Over its 10 year life it has survived many storms, hail, >100km winds etc.