[Bell Historians] Re: Thurnham/Kirkham

Mike Chester mike at ehRoPDXXgDKWFzwfNdApGV8I8gwgkH1C7SjO70z0Cw7SVtTdelyHqvhE1qeEzImOkgBPT8iUT0Ue4rqafgHBkVEikAoVvg.yahoo.invalid
Wed Apr 25 08:07:11 BST 2007

--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Alan Birney" <alanjbirney at ...> 
>      Didn't the Tenor rope fall on the "Chiming machine" side of the 
> tower? Definatly two ropes fell in the middle, close to the ladder. 
> I recall that I think, the 5th or Tenor was on balls.
>         What fun the new generation of ringers are missing out on.

My memory has the treble in the middle, the second a little in front of 
it and to the right and the other bells in the normal four bell square. 
The treble had the 4th behind and to the right and the 5th behind and 
to the left, IIRC.  It certainly was a spiral not a circle.



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