[Bell Historians] Bell Towers & Bell Hanging, an appeal to Architects

Andrew Cairns andrew.cairns at 973A_SHabUT44bF6d89Jjzdds4KHRfIFU55oaJDzCVRmU5fM9rCr5h_KG5prvVwNDRx-cW4GBWvwLff1MvHrvF7S1xKB.yahoo.invalid
Fri Oct 3 11:01:13 BST 2008

Hi George,
Thanks for giving Joan some calendars. I sent her some via June Wright but
June didn't think she'd sell that many! 
Are you selling the Heywood book (as pdf) or just doing it as a service? How
big is the pdf?


From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of George Dawson
Sent: 27 November 2007 17:32
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Bell Historians] Bell Towers & Bell Hanging, an appeal to


In 1914 Sir Arthur P Heywood published this definitive work on good practice
in bell hanging. It sets out good practice in the design of modern towers,
bell hanging and clearly shows the errors which uninformed architects and
bell-hangers were using. Even today some of these fallacious ideas are
perpetrated with disastrous results for those left to ring the bells.

The book has long been out of print, and copies are extremely difficult to
find, and to help this situation I have produced a CD has been produced
which has the book scanned as a .pdf file.

  If you are interested in a copy please contact me off-line.
George Dawson

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