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PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2020 12:54 pm 
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Behind the Fire Department - What is this thing? Almost looks like it could be radio related but also has the potential to be a siren.
To me it sort of looks like one of those MS-290/Wolo FA mini sirens. If those holes in the sides are ports, not radio equipment, then that's my guess.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SRnCpjBdsA

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KDKXKDf0Zo Also, what's this?

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https://www.google.com/maps/@33.0292578 ... 312!8i6656
I thought I saw a stator and chopper inside it.

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Now, this one isn't much of a siren anymore, but possibly a former siren location. I was bored, so I was strolling through Google Maps Streetview in areas of town I hadn't been to before, and I stumbled upon what looked like an old siren tower, not too far away from one of the T-128s in the current siren system. It almost looks like there's still a yellow siren control box mounted on it?

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I'm not too sure what siren would've gone here. Maybe an old ACA siren or Federal Signal? Judging from the yellow control box?

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Now, this one isn't much of a siren anymore, but possibly a former siren location. I was bored, so I was strolling through Google Maps Streetview in areas of town I hadn't been to before, and I stumbled upon what looked like an old siren tower, not too far away from one of the T-128s in the current siren system. It almost looks like there's still a yellow siren control box mounted on it?

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I'm not too sure what siren would've gone here. Maybe an old ACA siren or Federal Signal? Judging from the yellow control box?
Most likely a former siren location. Possibly a Model 5/7 motor housing part.

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jiachai14 wrote: *
Now, this one isn't much of a siren anymore, but possibly a former siren location. I was bored, so I was strolling through Google Maps Streetview in areas of town I hadn't been to before, and I stumbled upon what looked like an old siren tower, not too far away from one of the T-128s in the current siren system. It almost looks like there's still a yellow siren control box mounted on it?

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I'm not too sure what siren would've gone here. Maybe an old ACA siren or Federal Signal? Judging from the yellow control box?
Most likely a former siren location. Possibly a Model 5/7 motor housing part.
Hmm....interesting....I'm not sure my town has ever had sirens that small....I remember a post from Ben Shinn when he was talking about how he helped to install the RM-130 sirens in Ardmore....he said they took down 8 2T22 sirens, 1 early 2001 DC, and 2 Thunderbolts. This was the siren near the airport....now if only he remembered what siren went here.....it almost looks like a Thunderbolt blower pipe used to be somewhere in the tower, if you look at the first picture. Could have also been a 2T22 maybe?

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That appears to be what's left of an airport beacon tower. Here's an example: [ img ]

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That appears to be what's left of an airport beacon tower. Here's an example: [ img ]
That could also be very likely, as it is located on a small municipal airport property. Still very interesting though.

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I was looking around Australia for any sirens, considering I live there, and stumbled upon an unknown siren. Any help identifying it would be great!

Maps link: https://www.google.com/maps/@-33.697349 ... 384!8i8192


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