[Bell Historians] St Dunstan-in-the-East
DrLove at s...
Fri Jun 14 09:59:48 BST 2002
"A few days late, but I think it's worth mentioning that apparently some
of the framesides went with the bells to America, and the remainder of
the framework and fittings were reused by Taylor's as required, and no
record was kept of their destinations. I was told this by Andrew Higson."
Quite true. The other (hot off the press) piece of news is that the intended
purchase of the bells is now not going ahead (they were to be purchased,
restored to being a 21cwt octave and augmented to ten to hang in a tower in
Western USA). At least certainly not at the moment.
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