Last Update 01/04/2018

Welcome To Eric Miller's Nathan Airchime, Airchime, and Leslie

Diesel Electric Locomotive Air Horn's from the 1940's to the 1990's.



Website 1
Nathan Airchime K5HA 1989 ex-Norfolk Southern locomotive #3534
Canadian Airchime M5 #4022 1957 ex-PGE locomotive #613
Leslie Tyfon A-200-233-PB 1953 ex-PSR Pittsburg Shawmutt RR locomotive #238
Leslie Supertyfon S5T 1953 ex-CNW locomotive #518
Burnett Hexatone H5 #22 1949 ex-BCH locomotive #940 and ex-M&ET #601
Leslie Supertyfon S3J 1952 ex-PRR
Robert Swanson Airchime Vancouver BC T5
Website 2
Website 3
Website 4
Website 5
Website 6

!!!!ATTENTION Please read!!!!

The horn's you see on my website are not for sale. If/when I do decide to sell them. I will post on this here website that they are for sale. And only then I will take offers for my collection of horns. If you wish to discuss any horn's on here or horn's you own. Please E-mail me via this website. Thank You

Please note that all photos and multimedia contained on these pages, if not stated otherwise, are copyrighted. DO NOT reproduce anything without consent first of the copyright holder; "Reproduction without the consent of the copyright holder is punishable by law." There is also some media contained herein for which the creator is unknown, and is noted as such. This media was found in public domain, and is assumed to be available for public use; I do not make any profit with this site. If there is anything which appears here and is copyrighted without proper credit, please e-mail me so I can either give proper credit or remove the work. The remainder of these pages and all their contents are copyrighted.

You can contact me here: e.miller@zoominternet.net

Here in my website is my collection of Nathan Airchime, Airchime, and Leslie diesel electric locomotive air horns page. I have been collecting train horns and items from the railroad since 2008 and in that amount of time I have acquired all of these amazing horns. On my website you will see and hear the sounds of the past. Also there is history on most of my collection of horns. It wasn't easy getting some of these rare horns that I own today. So anybody that collects train horns knows what all these horns can cost and how hard they are to come by. Also I always loved trains as a kid my Dad and Mom bought me toy trains as a kid. My dad also worked in Clairton Steel Mill on a switcher in the Mill pushing empty's and full cars back on to the mainline. Also I grew up with Conrail Railroad here in southwestern PA. I used to go down to the river here in Fayette City to go fishing to just watch the trains come by. And when I was old enough to drive I would go all over the place along the Monongahela River, and Youghiogheny River here in PA. And another reason I also collect these old train horns from the past is to preserve the history 1 horn at a time. And I just love the sounds of the past. Those days are gone, but if you want to hear sounds from the past you are in the right place. I hope everyone enjoys my Nathan Airchime, Airchime, and Leslie diesel electric locomotive air horns page. Also all of the horns on my web site are restored to like new or better than when they were new.

Tell me what you think about my Nathan Airchime, Airchime, and Leslie diesel electric locomotive air horn web site. I welcome all of your comments and suggestions. I also buy train horns in any condition and any railroad related items. I now have 42 horn's total now as of 10/20/17.


Copyright 2008 - 2018 http://users.zoominternet.net/~e.miller/ Eric Miller