[Bell Historians] King's Lynn

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Wed Jul 4 12:54:18 BST 2007

Is it the same type of frame? T,E&S haven't been hanging since the 
1890s. Neither has E&S. Only Taylor's have been hanging since then. 
Is the frame to a normal historical Taylor spec or is there now some 
sort of hybrid design possibly incorporating C channels instead of 
RSJs for example.


--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, David Bryant 
<davidbryant at ...> wrote:
> Interesting - particularly the quote from the vicar:
> "Vicar the Rev Chris Ivory claims some blame lies with the 
bellfounders due to the type of frame used, but he concedes there is 
an issue with the grout mix."
> It would be interesting to know on what grounds he is claiming 
there is a problem with the type of frame, given that this type of 
frame has been used without problems in literally hundreds of towers 
since the mid-1890s. Is he claiming that he knows better than the 
> David
> To: bellhistorians at ...: editor at ...: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 16:10:58 
+0100Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] King's Lynn
> See:http://www.lynnnews.co.uk:80/news?articleid=2999296RAL


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