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By PeachtreeSirens
#179008
Darley Model 2.
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By KGK1234
#179086
E57 wrote:I found that siren in Wallace, NE. I can't identify what siren this is...
The coordinates of the siren are 40°50'20.84"N 101° 9'56.03"W

(URL Removed) That's a Darley Model 2.]
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By Ziginox
#179117
Spencerlovestrains wrote:What the heck is this old thing? Located in Middlebury, IN atop the fire station. Strangely, it replaced a Model 2.
Erick without the housing is my guess. There aren't many sirens with such tall, narrow stators.
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By Valtonus
#179146
flatlandsparky wrote:
Valtonus wrote:https://goo.gl/maps/HRARDJKo7Dk

What is this?
Taking a shot here, it looks like a Thunderbeam, but missing its cage and deflector.
Definitely not. The Thunderbeam(which I own the chopper and stator to 1) is NOT the same as this one at all. :P Good try though!
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