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  2. I have a steam whistle that I would like to sell. I’m not sure how to upload picture to you.

  3. I have a whistle I’m interested in selling.

  4. I have an antique steam whistle that my Father had and I kept it out of his Estate.It has an indentation on it that appears to have been shot at. It is solid and very heavy. It has an adjustable pitch and the lever works freely. I have a picture if you are interested. I was told it is from the 1800’s.

  5. I recently purchased a Lonergan steam whistle on EBay. I’m trying to find some information about it. Any advice would be appreciated

  6. I have a lunkenheimer whistle that has a 3 over 300 on it could u tell me what it’s worth if I were to sell it

  7. Sorry I let out some details about whistle it’s in nice shape no dent or dings it blows fine when hooked up to air I can not figure out how to attach a picture to this e mail or I would be happy to send some pictures

  8. Looking to have a steam whistle repaired and appraised. Could you help or direct me to someone who can? Thank you.

  9. Hi, Recently acquired a rather large brass loco steam whistle intact weighing about 30 lbs. Believe it to be a Crosby KA 110 6″ version w/o valve. Have had no luck at all in determining even roughly it’s period of original production. It is about 20″ long X 6″ dia with a 1 1/2″ threaded inlet. The only external marking is cast in X 6532 on the end bell like area. Any info would be most appreciated. Thanks, Les

  10. I have what appears to be a heavy antique (or certainly vintage) brass 3 1/2″ x 13 1/2″ common steam whistle. The epi is approx. 3 3/4″ high and has about a 3/8″ throw/pull at the pipe and about 1 3/4″ at the end of the actuator. It has no markings on it and it is an estate sale find. It is for sale. Would love to upload a couple of pictures but cannot find the mechanism. If I do find it, I’ll will do so. Thanks. Randy M.

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  12. I have recently aquired a steam whistle dont really know much about it. If you could help me out in any way, Like possible the maker,or time era. Anything would be greatly appreciated. You can contact me at 208-304-6804 or at my email address. Thank you for your time

  13. Walter Kennedy May 8, 2017 at 7:00 pm

    I am looking for a whistle that will emulate the sound of the whistle on this YouTube clip (

    The Gin Shop Whistle was known in Prattville for years and years, as it was sounded at shift changes and at lunch.

    Here at the hotel, we are looking to be able to recreate this sound with a whistle to bring a part of Prattville’s History to our guests. It would be best if there was a whistle that did not need steam to make the sound.

    I look forward to hearing what advice you might have. I would be happy to call you if that would be best.

    All the best.

  14. I have a at&sf whistle and would like to know a selling value. Thanks J

  15. Would you do any trading on the 6 chime NYC , Thanks Cody

  16. I need some parts for my lunkenheimer mockingbird alarm whistle
    Slider spring
    Main threaded rod and acorn nut
    Correct handle

  17. If you are still buying whistles. Please contact me. Sandra & Corey

  18. I have the President Washington No. 5300 steam whistle for sale.

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