Bell and air driven steam whistle were not original equipment.
Interesting fact: a locomotive will run across packed stone as long as the stone is fine enough.
Once the locomotive restoration was done it was time to move the Brookville to a temporary set of tracks in the woods. This was accomplished by driving the locomotive across the lot, through a hay field and into the woods. Richard steered from the front with a forklift, I steered from behind with the backhoe. Total transit time from the shop to the woods - 20 minutes.
Moving the Brookville 30 feet through the woods and onto a 30 foot section of temporary track took five hours. While locomotives run on packed stone and over dry fields, they most certainly do not run through soft woods dirt.