[Bell Historians] Unusual clock chimes

Steven Blakemore steven_blakemore at 33zAy5COVutjM_FL3HQolNO0bbOwXaWE3kT1PeVzDKVbaQKi-iBoVzlSu2k2_ptaqABSrnH-qdryoQXim3CBqQ.yahoo.invalid
Mon Jul 19 15:38:32 BST 2010

Do you know what Ted I feel the same. I would have loved to have seen the Holy 
Trinity Church And Burton Abbey. But they are gone! :(


From: Ted Steele <ted.steele at duL3WEOCoOlAF5jhuTq9AfbAcQJCAjE5AflCniw_kUQt_59boZfSG6pJRxSwu9UpMEk3XN4185Ec2aE.yahoo.invalid>
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Sent: Mon, 19 July, 2010 15:27:12
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Unusual clock chimes

On 19/07/2010 13:38, John H Allen wrote: 
>You may find this link interesting: -
><http://www.londonan cestor.com/ newspaper/ 1882/0729/ trinity-burton- 
I wonder whether, a few hundred years hence, our wanton destruction of such 
grand buildings (they are only Victorian after all, not old enough to be 
important!) might be viewed with the same regret that we feel when looking back 
at the destruction of so many wonderful Abbey churches.


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