Wood Whistles Plans
This is the basic whistle used in all my wood whistle plans. If this is your first time on my site I suggest you start with these plans to get an idea about how the site works and the quality of my plans. Note: A button is provided below to add these plans to your shopping cart. But only use that if you are going to be buying other items. The shopping cart system runs through PayPal and they don’t like being bothered with purchases that don’t cost anything.
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It’s a Fire Engine . . WHISTLE
The top ladder section slides in & out, the whole ladder revolves around the turret and folds down to rest atop the hose compartment.
The whistle in the base of the fire engine has a slide which, when moved back and forth by a handle underneath the engine, changes the length of the whistle cavity. This, of course, changes the tone of the whistle up and down making it sound like a siren.
This is my most difficult whistle project. You should consider yourself a moderately skilled wood worker. Getting the slide to fit the whistle bore tightly enough to let the whistle work and loosely enough so it won’t bind is a job for the most patient wood workers only!
As with all the plans we offer, the detailed, easy to follow plans are available for instant downloading in Adobe Acrobat format.
It’s a TRAIN… It’s a WHISTLE
This unique, all wood train engine with it’s integral double whistle system creates a dual pitch sound like a real train whistle.
And, as with all the plans we offer, the detailed, easy to follow plans are available for instant downloading in Adobe Acrobat format.