TELEPHONE No. 97


Street fire alarm telephone
These were used in simple direct public telephone fire alarm posts or call offices.  They are housed in Boydell heads (pictured lower left) which are mounted on posts, on the pavement, or attached to convenient walls.

This is a CB telephone.

This telephone was in the 1928 Rate book but not available in the 1956 Rate Book.

 

Telephone includes (1928):-
1 x Cord, Inst., No. 222, waterproof.
1 x Roller, spring, for receiver cord.
1 x Cord, inst., No. 248.
4 x Springs, clip, Protector, G.
1 x Hook, Receiver, J.
1 x Switch, Receiver, No.2.
2 x Protectors, G.
1 x Terminal No. 9.
1 x Receiver, Bell, No. 4A (Mark 234).
1 x Transmitter, No. 1.

Telephone includes (1947 and 1956):-
1 x Cordage, Inst., No. 2/F, Black.
2 x Protectors, G.
1 x Receiver, Bell, No. 1A.
1 x Cord, Inst., No. 2/22B, Brown, 33".
1 x Roller, spring, for receiver cord.
4 x Springs, Clip, Protector, G.
1 x Coil, Induction, No. 1 or No. 12.
1 x Switch Receiver, No. 2.
1 x Generator, No. 4C.
1 x Transmitter, No. 22.
1 x Hook, Receiver, J.

To be requisitioned separately:-
2 x Cells, Leclanché, DR 2.

Diagram F.A. 109
 

GPO Engineering Instructions on Fire Systems



 
 
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