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    Default Fire hydrant pics

    I am working on a power point for training & I need to get some pictures of hydrants (damaged ports, facing wrong direction, damaged threads, etc.). Does anyone know of anywhere I can find some of these.


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    If you do an internet search I bet you will find a bunch.....

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    Try googling a search engine......
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    Default Fire hydrant pics

    I did do an internet search first but the only damaged hydrant pics I could find were hydrants that were completely broken off, unfortunately I have plenty of them.

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    Make your own photos. Get a sledge hammer!

    Go by the water utility yard near where you live, I bet they have some you can get a photo of.
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    Not sure what kind of training you're hoping to accomplish by looking at pictures of damaged hydrants.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptOldTimer View Post
    Go by the water utility yard need where you live, I bet they have some you can get a photo of.
    Even better, they might let you borrow some, or conduct the class there.

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    Sometimes the "holy ****, how did they do that?" factor comes in handy...
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    Try Hydrant moulage
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    Quote Originally Posted by wfd086 View Post
    I am working on a power point for training & I need to get some pictures of hydrants (damaged ports, facing wrong direction, damaged threads, etc.). Does anyone know of anywhere I can find some of these.
    Whew, for a second there I thought this might be some kind of horrible hydrant fetish thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtg55 View Post
    Try googling a search engine......
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