[Bell Historians] Various chimes

John Paul Adams J.Adams at QJlDWeR1fkvuaK8fUaeVQWJMbJVCgMzDQoa__tvxlFnVGWI_hVwExO0XQupuiJeJgxpwfNS26zQ.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jan 4 09:51:10 GMT 2007


>> Thanks to David Cawley and others, I have revised my description of 
>> St.Mark, Dalston to make clear that it is ringable as well as 
>> chimable.  While I never intended to imply that it was unringable, 
>> the remarks made by contributors to this list made me realize that 
>> such an inference could be drawn from the way I originally described 
>> it.  Of course, my focus is on the distinctive chiming aspect of that 
>> installation.

I am ringing a quarter peal there this Sunday, so let me know if there are
any details or photos that anybody wants, especially of the barometer or
chiming barrel(s). As I helped out during the cosmetic restoration in the
90s, I can probably help with details of the bells as well.


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