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414 Light Street
414 Light Street 414 Light Street, a luxury apartment building under construction near the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Photographed from the south side of the harbor in the early morning on October 11, 2017.
Edwards fire alarm pull station
Edwards fire alarm pull station Edwards fire alarm pull station at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. At the time of my visit, a new fire alarm system was being installed in the building. This pull station will be removed once the new system is completed. The notification appliances for the old and new systems are visible on the wall above the pull station.
Old and new fire alarms
Old and new fire alarms Old and new fire alarm notification appliances at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. The alarm mounted on the red conduit is part of the new system, while the alarm directly attached to the wall is from the old system, which will eventually be removed once the new system is completed. The new horn/strobe is a Wheelock ASWP, and the old horn/strobe is a Wheelock 7004T.
Old and new fire alarms
Old and new fire alarms Old and new fire alarm notification appliances at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. The alarm mounted on the red conduit is part of the new system, while the alarm directly attached to the wall is from the old system, which will eventually be removed once the new system is completed. The new horn/strobe is a Wheelock ASWP, and the old horn/strobe is a Wheelock 7004T.
Edwards fire alarm pull station
Edwards fire alarm pull station Edwards fire alarm pull station at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. At the time of my visit, a new fire alarm system was being installed in the building. This pull station will be removed once the new system is completed.
Fire alarm horn/strobe
Fire alarm horn/strobe Wheelock Exceder fire alarm horn/strobe at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. At the time of my visit, a new fire alarm system was being installed in the building. This horn/strobe will be removed once the new system is completed.
Old and new fire alarms
Old and new fire alarms Old and new fire alarm notification appliances at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. The alarm mounted on the red conduit is part of the new system, while the alarm directly attached to the wall is from the old system, which will eventually be removed once the new system is completed. The new horn/strobe is a Wheelock ASWP, and the old horn/strobe is a Wheelock 7004T.
Old and new fire alarms
Old and new fire alarms Old and new fire alarm notification appliances at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. The alarm mounted on the red conduit is part of the new system, while the alarm directly attached to the wall is from the old system, which will eventually be removed once the new system is completed. Both horn/strobes are Wheelock ASWP.
Fire alarm pull station
Fire alarm pull station Mirtone fire alarm pull station at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. At the time of my visit, a new fire alarm system was being installed in the building. This pull station will be removed once the new system is completed.
Old and new pull stations
Old and new pull stations Old and new fire alarm pull stations at The Flats at Shady Grove, a former Quality Suites hotel in the process of being converted into apartments. The pull station on the left is part of the new system, while the pull station to the right is from the old system, which will eventually be removed once the new system is completed.