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This area of the site is for discussing things related to Outdoor Warning Sirens.
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By Valtonus
#179369
This siren has been discussed before, and iirc it does a noon blast. This is a Cosgrave siren.
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By E57
#179644
Found that in Henry, NE. Custom housing? Picture below.
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By Valtonus
#179711
Remingtoncountry wrote:Flared horn says most likely sterling.
Or an older style Model B, on a smaller chance.
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By Ziginox
#179712
Valtonus wrote:
Remingtoncountry wrote:Flared horn says most likely sterling.
Or an older style Model B, on a smaller chance.
I'd say Type-B as there's no grille on the end. Honestly though, Google Streetview imagrey is too low quality for us to really decide.
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By PeachtreeSirens
#179872
Had a "crappy street view" case turn up in the village of Danburg, GA:

https://goo.gl/maps/tAz3VjGZnjG2

Best guess is a Model 2 with part of the housing missing, but I thought I'd toss this here in case someone has a closer guess.
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