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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2021 5:18 pm 
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well i was going down i81 in pa and saw this cursed thing. i have not a clue what it is , but it looks like a british siren, with red rotor, and grey chasis https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3511009 ... 384!8i8192

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carolinasignalco wrote: *
well i was going down i81 in pa and saw this cursed thing. i have not a clue what it is , but it looks like a british siren, with red rotor, and grey chasis https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3511009 ... 384!8i8192
Just checked that out and that is 100% not an FP10. Most likely not a 777 either, I don’t really see why there would be a siren there though because it is not a site that has a hazardous risks site. If it is a siren maybe it does noon whistles?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2021 6:21 pm 
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What you're seeing is some sort of light installation for the travel center on the other side of the bluff. Not a siren.

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What you're seeing is some sort of light installation for the travel center on the other side of the bluff. Not a siren.
there is a motor driven something on the tower though. i saw it with my own eyes

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If that's so, it might be a Champion, because that color scheme looks like this Champ from Dublin TX: https://www.google.com/maps/@32.0844294 ... 312!8i6656
Is this like that?

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From the streetview, it doesn’t look like anything to me. Did you get pictures of it up close or anything by chance? It’s extremely unlikely that it’s a siren.

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nvanw27 wrote: *
From the streetview, it doesn’t look like anything to me. Did you get pictures of it up close or anything by chance? It’s extremely unlikely that it’s a siren.
sorry but no. i went past it so fast i couldnt, i think it is. it had a distinct motor, and chopper ports. it was a 6 port

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carolinasignalco wrote: *
well i was going down i81 in pa and saw this cursed thing. i have not a clue what it is , but it looks like a british siren, with red rotor, and grey chasis https://www.google.com/maps/@40.3511009 ... 384!8i8192
Just checked that out and that is 100% not an FP10. Most likely not a 777 either, I don’t really see why there would be a siren there though because it is not a site that has a hazardous risks site. If it is a siren maybe it does noon whistles?
it didnt make nuch sense either

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Hi, I am one of the Australian siren enthusiasts. Actually, what the picture you had shown as you had mentioned Grifco 777 siren is obviously irrelevent to Grifco 777 siren. Sorry for the grammar errors, I am in a rush. It looks a bit like Grifco 666 siren but painted in white.

The picture below is a SIRcom SiBT series siren in Australia. For my user photo, it is a Telegrafia Pavian siren in Australia.


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