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PostPosted: Wed May 22, 2019 5:00 am 
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Exhaust vent. OR model 1??
OR whistle of some type??
My best guess would be a whistle. It doesn't look like any pictures I'm seeing of a model 1, and it isn't attached to the building in a way that would vent exhaust (it's sitting on the same type of platform as the model 2).

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I dont know about that one, maybe a Little Giant?

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I dont know about that one, maybe a Little Giant?
Doesn't look big enough for a LG, and doesn't have 'detached' horns in the sense that they look to be separate from the siren. That is most certainly a Federal Manufacture.

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Looks like a steam whistle or some sort of whistle to me too. Or possibly a vent. But not really sure.


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likely a vent.

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Thats a vent.


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Thats a vent.
It isn't emerging from the building though. It's sitting on a flat platform raised above the roof just like the siren.

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When I first saw this I was thinking its an ACA banshee 110 but there is something slightly different about it.

https://www.google.com/maps/@35.860962, ... 6656?hl=en


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I'm trying to identify a siren that was removed between 2009 and 2012. All I have is low-resolution Street View and an image where parts of it are visible.

https://goo.gl/maps/i62gbqJMDUtVMbQn9
https://mnsand.smugmug.com/H/Berkeley-C ... -2nJjs4R/A

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archizackture wrote: *
I'm trying to identify a siren that was removed between 2009 and 2012. All I have is low-resolution Street View and an image where parts of it are visible.

https://goo.gl/maps/i62gbqJMDUtVMbQn9
https://mnsand.smugmug.com/H/Berkeley-C ... -2nJjs4R/A
Almost looks like some sort of obscure Whelen model or custom speaker array.

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