Description

Make Noise is a frequent instruction given by dispatchers to engineers when they approach a work site or other location where activity is happening near the tracks. Ever since George Westinghouse’s steam whistle superseded hand-held horns, a vast array of sounding devices have ridden the rails.

In addition to dozens of trains, you will listen in on a whistle pull, sample experimental seven-note horns, cringe at some shrill and out of tune examples, and learn about alternative quiet zone and stationary horns. Happy Listening!

Revelation Video Inc. 71 minutes.