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I just happen to have this LP. Found it used and of course its kind of "rice krispie" with scratches/pops. Bought the record for the LP cover but there is some

great train noise here mostly from the F-unit days. This video has the script to follow the train noise you hear and a very nice clean recording with no snap crackle pop.

So sit back close your eyes and turn up the volume and imagine it all in your mind.

 



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Nah....I hear enough of them at work.......

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I've often wondered why no one has made a soothing sounds alarm clock. 

It would have the sonorous beat of a 567 in low idle, (Railfan models could be made

to make different make/model engines idling).

Seein as to how fast one of those engines could entice ya into droopy eyes, they should

work real fast on a piker.

You could hear em arguing over the water cooler at the office, " I went rite to sleep with

the 1965 Baldwin VO1000 last nite, slept like a babby". "Oh Yea? Well I was asleep before

my head hit the pillow with the FM Opposed piston 12 cylinder, with the add along

air compressor noises."

Every Dog for miles around will think theres a train comin thru and stay alert for any

feline shenanigans that may or may not be going on. 



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Well your are right on that.....I can sleep three solid days....climb onto my train, and go one whole absolute signal and stop...and off to sleep again I will be.

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I never have heard/seen a tornado closeup or otherwise. Watched countless videos of tornados and the people
on the street keep describing the noise a tornado makes "sounds like a train". A steam train or a diesel train.
What era of trains are you talking about. Is it the sound of 20 SD40-2's pulling a coal train up a 2.2% grade?
The sounds I've heard on video tape sound more like a jet engine than a train. The UP turbines made a sound
like a tornado but dint run outside of Wyoming and dont think many people ever heard them run.


 

And a cool tornado song I never heard before.



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