[Bell Historians] Lord Grimthorpe

Richard Offen richard.offen at 6TK8CX5SIsYAy6p9WGpbs1KA9Uain5sPUHlhdWD5tdmYjmit4STk7LIDTq6H1sggVRwgqokEOrNvFW-nVjT8mg.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jan 15 21:49:29 GMT 2009

As the current eight at Whitley Bay were cast in 1912, it is definitely a
case that the Grimthorpe ring were scrapped.   The present ring are a very
fine Taylor True-Harmonic eight.





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Dear George - with regard to Whitley Bay could you elaborate on the fact
that the Grimthorpe bells are gone. Were the original 6 scrapped or do you
mean that in retuning for augmentation they lost their thickness by metal


Happy New Year - Howard Smith


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