[Bell Historians] King's Lynn

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Wed Jul 4 17:19:29 BST 2007

--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Andrew Higson" <andrew-
higson at ...> wrote:
> Sigh!
> It's a normal low side cast iron frame. Pre merger, not that it 
would have affected the design. Why would we throw away the form 
book and start designing new concept bellframes?
> Once someone secures it to the tower it will perform to 
expectation just like Northampton and New York do which both post 
date it.

You have answered an interesting question talked about by many. At 
the merger, many wondered which company would dominate the future 
spec and hanging of jobs as, in the past, there were vast 
differences in frames and hanging styles and boy did it show in some 

Oh and also tuning of course.



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