[Bell Historians] Bell Hangers

George Dawson george at XnfOXK4JSeBGdLPW_BLnSRjQvKg47PTZjp8UP1AQdVe2UL3n246bBVXr-YhwYjUO0zhdURwI9f0gpx7D_3Znk1kxJLlc3nw.yahoo.invalid
Sun Feb 21 12:47:38 GMT 2010

Next time you are there, please look on the crowns of them for any numbers,
and inside for any initials.






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I work at Broughton Hall near Skipton. 


In the long passageway under the Hall there are a large number of small
bells mounted on coiled springs with wires attached that go via levers and
pulleys to nearly every room in the Hall. Some of them still work but most
of the levers are seized up. Each bell has the name of the room it serves
painted on it.


The sad part of this is that if one were able to ring a bell there would be
no servants around to answer it. 


George Parker ( Kirkby Malham)

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