3" Steam whistle kingsley chime, unknown origin, standard steam vessel
3" organ pipe Ex works hooter, London. A standard ships whistle used for a factory
4" Smith Dennis, unknown origin
5" Organ pipe HMS Russian Castle, a castle class corvette. She later went on to be weather reporter (the MOD sold the ships after the war and they became weather ships) This whistle features in the film The Cruel Sea.
2 3/4" Chime whistle, unknown origin
No 2 Siren from the Freshburn waterboat, Devonport Dockyard, which would supply ships with fresh water
8" chime from the SS Bretagne, which sunk in 1917 and recently retreived from the bottom of the sea. Made by J S Cock in Christiania (now Oslo) Early steam boat, before Nathans and starbrass.
Organ pipe from a Bermuda supply vessel bringing fruit and veg
Cousins Paddlesteamer 2 tone whistle. Made by George Clark
6 1/2" 3 tone Chime, steamboat tug whistle. Was used as a Pennsylvania railroad whistle, also used by steam ships. Presented to the Wreat Western Railway to put on their Stafford road works, Wolverhampton by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
2" Organ Pipe whistle from a large Davenport Tug, Travol. Broken up in the 70's this tug was used for moving warships
5" organ pipe, from Dredger St Martins, which worked around Davenport dockyard
3" Star Brass Single note whistle, unknown origin
Two tone Harmony
Siren from HMS Grenville, a WWII destroyer ship