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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 1:42 pm 
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I mean remote interstate highways where there is nothing. Do you have any pictures of sirens mounted right next to rural, remote interstate highways?


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 1:55 pm 
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Here's a Modulator 3012 along I-40 outside of Amarillo. There's really not much around it.

[ img ]Federal Signal Modulator 3012 siren Amarillo, TX by carexpertandy, on Flickr

I've also seen a Whelen 3016 along I-90 near Ashtabula, Ohio. That same system also has 4004s and Federal Signal Equinoxes.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:02 pm 
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My brother and i were out on delivery in rural TX when we saw a few sirens that were located
in the middle of rural country. Its part of San Angelo's system. Because we had a deadline and i wasn't expecting to
see much of anything i didn't get a picture of it, but here it is on streetview. Its about as rural as you can get.

ASC Tempest 128
http://goo.gl/maps/fsq1E


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 7:28 pm 
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carexpertandy wrote:
I've also seen a Whelen 3016 along I-90 near Ashtabula, Ohio. That same system also has 4004s and Federal Signal Equinoxes.
Cool. Not to get off topic, but could you tell me the locations of those 4000s and Equinoxes? Likely those are for Perry Nuclear.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 8:44 pm 
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Near the intersection of interstate 55 & 80 there is a Fulton 128. Sorry but I don't have a photo since there are not any good vantage points.

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No photos, but in Evanston, Wyoming, there is a 2001 just feet from the Utah border next to I-80, and another one on the other side of the freeway about a quarter mile east.

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Here are some I know of in the Atlanta area:

Whelen near the Jimmy Carter Blvd. exit on I-85
2001-SRN near the Forsyth exit on I-75
2001-SRN in Macon that is next to I-75
Old Thunderbolt pole along I-285 in DeKalb Co.
Whelen 2810 on Cumberland Parkway (Visible from 285)
Loundon ES-2000 between exits 222 and 224 on I-75 in Henry Co.

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Does this Modulator count? Located next to I-35 near Purcell, Ok.


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One of Columbus Ohio’s 4004s is right off of I-270 Eastbound. There is also a Werden P-127, off of I-70 Eastbound in Englewood. I unfortunately do not have any picture of these sirens.

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Do you have a better location of that 4004? I can't find any Franklin County 4004s off 270 Eastbound.

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