Another Taylor ring?

Marchant, Andrew (RDS SW) Andrew.Marchant at ...
Thu Sep 8 09:40:22 BST 2005

Looking at my notes last night (for something completely un-related) I
noticed that, according to the notice in the tower, Trotton, West Sussex are
a complete Taylor 4.
It said 1&2 dated as 1913 and 3&4 as 1908, H metal frame (all 4 side by
side), plain bearings and Hastings stays, tenor approx 8 1/4cwt. When I
visited I didn't get a chance to look upstairs but they certainly sounded
like it.
Has anyone had a look at them or know if this info is correct?
Are there any accurate weights?
Just though I'd bring this up as I couldn't see them on the "complete Taylor
rings" list and don't remember them being mentioned before.

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