[Bell Historians] Another clock chime, this time South Wales

Andrew Bull a.bull at s...
Mon Mar 3 17:10:28 GMT 2003

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1. 11" 0-1- 7 A
2. 12" 0-1-15 G
3. 13=BC" 0-2- 2 F
4. 16=BE" 1-0- 5 C
5. 25=BD" 3-2-20 F
All by G & J: 1-4 1931, 5 1927.
Andrew Bull

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From: John Paul Adams [mailto:J.Adams at u...]
Sent: 03 March 2003 16:58
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Another clock chime, this time South Wales

Blaenavon. Opposite St Peter's church, a 20 foot high approx War Memorial,
almost a miniature version of Cleopatra's Needle, but with louvres at the
top. 5 clock bells chime the hour (and assume the quarters). Quite small

Memorial was dedicated on 23rd June 1952.


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