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Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:02 am

Got some siren photos to share, but don't want to make a new thread for them? Post them here.

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Model 5/7 somewhere in Maryland. (2006)

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Model 5 somewhere in New Mexico.

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Model 2 and STH-10 somewhere near Randallstown, MD. (2006)

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Thunderbeam on top of CVG, terminal is now closed. (2007)
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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:14 am

Not much photo wise, but here are some of my pics:
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Knox TWP, Columbiana, OH
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Louisville, Stark, OH
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Wellington, Lorain, OH
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Columbiana (City), Columbiana Co., OH
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Columbiana (City), Columbiana Co., OH

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Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:32 am

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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Dec 28, 2013 4:45 am

Here are some random photos I've taken over the past few years:

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Darley "helmet" siren in Burns, Oregon

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Allertor and four diaphones in Skagway, Alaska

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Denver Duplex siren in Toppenish, Washington

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Fire station horns in Heppner, Oregon

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Sentry 7V8 and Federal Model D in Lonerock, Oregon

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Old Buell horns in Tygh Valley, Oregon

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STH-10 in Connell, Washington

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Triple horn (possibly Kockums) in Alexandria, Egypt

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Sterling M10 in Ontario, Oregon
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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Dec 28, 2013 5:50 am

Here are a few of the pictures I never got around to posting.

Crown Park Thunderbolt in Dallas, TX:
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Grapevine, TX T-112 and 2001-130 by the Grapevine Mills Mall (the T-112 was later removed as seen in the second picture):
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The Colony, TX P-50:
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Greenville, TX Hurricane 130:
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Garland, TX Allertronics and P-10 (these have all been removed):
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And lastly my favorite, one of the Plano, TX 4008s after removal:
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Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:46 pm

Here are a few:
Scotia Fire Department (I'm pretty sure the SD-10 was used as a CD siren, the Sterling M is the main siren, and the diaphone is the backup/extra carrying power siren)
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The Duanesburg Volunteer Fire Department STL-10
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The mysteriously inactive Model 5 at the Wells Fire Department
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Another Duanesburg STL-10 picture
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An STL-10 in Albany County
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A (poor) shot of one of the Whelen 4004s(?) in Schoharie County
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Model 5 at a Fire Department near Cobelskill FD
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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sun Dec 29, 2013 2:53 am

Nice pics. I'm glad you got some of the Allertronics from Garland. first pics I've seen of them. The P-10 at the army base is gone replaced by the new Whelen system.

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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:00 am

siren fan wrote:I'm glad you got some of the Allertronics from Garland. first pics I've seen of them.
There was actually another rotating Allertronic that was removed before I was able to see it in person. I guess sirens really do grow on trees.
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siren fan wrote:The P-10 at the army base is gone replaced by the new Whelen system.
I actually have a picture of that new siren as well.
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Here's what's left of the P-10.
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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Jan 04, 2014 4:04 am

Yes that was the one on Glenbrook Dr. all grown up with brush. They were used for flooding when Duck Creek would come over it's banks quite frequently. That's why all the Allertronic's were positioned creekside.

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Re: Miscellaneous Siren Photos Thread

Sat Jan 04, 2014 4:55 am

Here are some from my travels:
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STH-10 in Fair Play, SC

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2t22 in Spartanburg, SC

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Downed 5T near Spartanburg, SC

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HOR Siro-Drone in Charleston, TN

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Sterling 2v8 in Fairmount, GA

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Whelen Hornet in Ranger, GA

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Thunderbolt outside of Atlanta, GA

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Darley Champion in Comer, GA

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SD-10 and Model 2 in Oxford, GA

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Denver in Etowah, TN

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500AT in Byron, GA

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SD-10 in Forsyth, GA (The city, not the county)

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Early thunderbolt in Knoxville, TN

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STH-10 in Cleveland, GA

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Thunderbolt in Birmingham, AL (To my knowledge, it's a 1953 Demonstration unit)

I have a lot more pictures than the above ones...
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