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I honestly couldn't tell you for sure. I think at least some of them did, which is strange on a railroad that almost exclusively used 5 chime and 6 chime whistles. I did a little reading, and these engines had air horns which were used much more often in order to conserve steam. It was unlikely ANY whistling happened at all with them.
The S1A and S2A class Niagaras were equipped with the NYC 6 chime whistles. A number of the class, not all, also were equipped with a Wabco E2 air horn. The same type whistle, which was a close copy of the NATHAN 6 Chime, was also applied to other classes including their Hudsons.
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