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ALC can give several examples of this, not only in 連れてって:

いつ私たちを湖に連れてってくれるの? When are you going to take us to the lake?
これ、帰りに叔母さんとこ、持ってってちょうだい。Will you take this to your aunt on your way home from school?

The first て should be the one used after 連用形 of verb. But what is the って in the sentence?

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  • 連れる (終止形)

  • 連れて (て form)

  • 連れていく (+行く)

  • 連れていって (+て form of 行く)

  • 連れてって (contraction)

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It is a contracted form.

いって → って

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