[Bell Historians] Cornhill, was Trafalgar Square old & new
John H Allen
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Tue Mar 10 12:49:01 GMT 2009
Not all of it is/was 1688.
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On Behalf Of Chris Pickford
Sent: 10 March 2009 12:13
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Cornhill, was Trafalgar Square old & new
Rod Bickerton asks "Any chance of coming back to ideas on Cornhill?"
Mightn't we do best to leave Cornhill until we get a judgment?
But I do feel the need to counter Rod's implication yesterday that they are
old bells - part of the justification for replacement is that even though
they are "old style", half of them (and all the back-end) are C20th bells
(i.e. not old at all)
PS And Lichfield's frame is 1688 (not Tudor)
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