[Bell Historians] highest ring of bells

Carl S Zimmerman csz_stl at amM7NU4Chuk_hkzcNSqJmdXv-ayqcBXsnC9_dughxFspKUjB7G1pZUHMXriGx6cZBtlca4E4VRZJ-L0.yahoo.invalid
Wed Feb 15 04:58:57 GMT 2006

At 01:53 +0000 06/02/15, Richard Offen wrote:
>--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "David Bryant" <davidbryant at ...>
>>  >That prompts the alternative question:
>>  >    What's the highest ringing room, in terms of distance above
>>  >(You can count steps or measure it.)
>>  Probably Liverpool.
>>  David
>Or possibly Washington Cathedral

Is Washington Cathedral the only tower where you ride _two_ lifts 
(elevators) to reach the ringing room?  (The first goes from the 
ground level to the transept attic; the other goes up the central 
tower from there past the lower belfry, which houses a splendid 
53-bell Taylor carillon.)



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