[Bell Historians] highest ring of bells

Carl S Zimmerman csz_stl at oQlSycaTPyDDPeUznenWgjbkU9Op1SUkDONiXwm8oqwO_ivjhjiFgpSB9bwikP-_mi9StLkwuPxGH3w.yahoo.invalid
Tue Feb 14 15:17:40 GMT 2006

At 10:16 +0000 06/02/14, Mike Chester wrote:
>--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, Simon Reading
><simonreading at ...> wrote:
>>  Wormhill (formerly the lightest ring of bells in a church) is
>>  between 315 & 320 metres above sea level.
>Having rung there several times it is those few extra metres to climb
>that are the tricky bit!

That prompts the alternative question:
   What's the highest ringing room, in terms of distance above ground?
(You can count steps or measure it.)


P.S.  The carillon that's highest above ground is also the highest 
above sea level.  Guess where?


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