[Bell Historians] Southwark.

David Bryant davidbryant at h...
Fri Jan 21 22:48:25 GMT 2005

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Plymouth - I've got a postcard somewhere of the gutted church, looking west=
wards from the chancel. I believe the church remained a shell for a number =
of years after the war - I seem to recall seeing a photo of it with parts o=
f the interior grassed.


>There is a photograph of the new 1911 tenor (then 50-0-21

I was told that after the war the bell was tuned from B to B-flat in order=
to compete with St Paul's. Is this correct?=20

Probably more to do with the fact that by this time Whitechapel had adopted=
true-harmonic tuning, which they hadn't when the tenor was cast. That woul=
d be my guess, anyway.

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