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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2022 11:58 am 
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I agree with championsiren- the east coast has some pretty strange setups, for example this bidirectional ATI thing.
lol what even....
does it rotate? I would think no.
EDIT after looking back at the picture there is no rotator. Disregard my previous question.
Haha, it would sure be funny if it did. I wouldn't be surprised if it tipped over. The epz of Indian Point has a few of these all pointing in different directions
Yeah. NGL that kinda was unexpected

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This Thunderbolt had its chopper and motor horizontally replaced by a Type B motor and chopper, the blower is nonexistent, and the rotator housing is missing. ... 384!8i8192

Mineola, NYs new temporary Thunderbolt has a vertical blower. ... 384!8i8192

CLM Carter in PA. ... 384!8i8192

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PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2022 7:32 am 
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Got another one from an Instagram post. A Model 2 on top of an HPSS-16. What’s interesting is that the Model 2 wasn’t there in 2012. ... 83.1046759

Prototype SD-10 thing

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Here in South Texas there are quite a few insane setups. (Links in streetview mode were way too big)

This siren has a setup that an EF0 could likely blow over,-97.5843112,3a,

This thing is in an equally perilous situation,-97.9109452,3a,

Both of these are sadly inactive,-97.507305,3a

This Thunderbolt is a "bruh" moment waiting to happen,-97.9310342,3a

The tower is huge, and yet...,-97.8002453,3a

This is wrong in so many ways,-98.125513,3a

This thing is gonna fall someday, mark my words,-97.8130005,3a

There are literally two towers it could be on...,-96.5824588,3a

Siren geek from South Texas. Although I've loved sirens for years, I've only recently begun digging into the rich history of civil defense. I also proudly own at least thirty weather band radios.

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I found this thing in Wisconsin.. ... 312!8i6656

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