I’m pretty sure that ‘Spkr’ does not mean ‘speaker’.
These hydrants, water meters and standpipes serve two potential fire venues, the street and the parking lot. I wonder if this arrangement was planned. Other photographic captures are found in the following posts: Fire Plugs, Fireplugs, the Beginning, Shiny Standpipe, What Luck!, Colorful Fireplugs, Fire Hydrant, From the Top.
I have trouble resisting shiny things. This bright red fire hydrant is located between my house and the Post Office. The sun caught it just right and I could not just walk by without snapping it. I’ve lost track of the number of photographs in my fireplug (also known as hydrant or standpipe) series. Other […]
This is the back of a very big storefront. Really big. You might notice the standpipe valves. This is the same standpipe I featured in a previous post. It is interesting to see in in context with the rest of the paraphernalia associated with a large storefront, although most of the hardware is hidden from […]
Here is a standpipe, installed next to a parking garage. In case they have to put it out.
I’m always on the lookout for fire suppression equipment. Today was a bonanza. I found a fireplug AND a standpipe right next to each other. The fire department doesn’t have to go far to hook up.
From whom is this hydrant hiding? Hopefully not the fire department.
I can’t resist bright shiny things. Bright yellow things will do just as well, however. I could not resist taking a snapshot of this wonderful fire hydrant. I’m sure it was designed to attract attention of the fire department should they need a standpipe.
I have a series of photographs of fireplugs, also known as fire hydrants or standpipes. (Fire Plugs, Fireplugs, the Beginning, Shiny Standpipe, What Luck!) This is one outside a mall in Burbank, California USA.