Still visible today even in the most remote villages, they can be found at the top of church towers, on the roofs of town halls, schools and of course in the fire stations.
During the Second World War, they alerted the population when waves of bombers arrived on the territory, allowing them to go down into the shelters and they sounded again at the end of the alert.
Since the last conflict, they are still used but this time for civilian purposes for accidents and fires.
On the two photos, one sees the siren in the fire station of Sanary sur Mer and on the bell tower of the church of Six-Fours.
The kit contains :
1 photo-cut brass board for the metal parts
6 cones and the resin electric motor support
1 assembly instructions with colour photo
Ground measurement: 1.3 cm
Height: 6.7 cm
- HO (1/87)