[Bell Historians] Stoke Newington

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford.t21 at wQ3e5b9k9AaKJTwYmCqvxPLse9FQ7HG1BTj_ARWCaFe2ISi-jZAPAg7WPhdqS8hocu1utbb1TYfCI25oMG1vTA1rORoXhiCh-Q.yahoo.invalid
Thu May 3 19:58:04 BST 2007

Only from memory - but as I recall (I did ring several quarters and a peal there back in 1974-5) they're in a standard sawpit frame with gallows ends, but all roped in the centre of the tower (rather than at the outsides, some in / some out etc). They're actually two rows of three, but quite close, and not a proper straight line - 1,3,5 facing 2,4,6 I think.


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: macstyle2004 
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  Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 5:46 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Stoke Newington

  Can anyone tell me how these bells are hung to make them fall in a straight line in an odd 
  order. Are there any pics anywhere of them?


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