The top two photos show fog horn trumpets protruding from the fog signal building at Maine’s West Quoddy Head Lighthouse in October of 1945. (Photos by W. H. Ballard, Lighthouse Digest archives.)
The last photo, taken in September of 1966, shows a different type of fog horn with several trumpets mounted on a platform outside the fog signal building. This style used compressed air and was known as a “Super Tyfon” fog signal. (Photo by Brad Wetherell, Lighthouse Digest archives)
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