Early fire brigade street alarm

Early fire brigade street alarm

V410/0046

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Caption

Early fire brigade alarm system. Historical artwork of a fireman receiving an alarm call from a 19th-century street fire alarm system. The system is a combined telephonic and telegraphic system. The street alarm (not seen) is designed to be set off manually (by breaking a glass panel), transmitting a Morse code signal to a fire brigade station telling them the location of the fire. There is also a speaker and telephone system to allow verbal communication with the fire brigade. This is a French system, though similar systems were used in other countries as well. Artwork from A Travers l'Electricite (G. Dary, Paris, 1900).

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