[Bell Historians] Re: Bells that never were ...

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Thu Apr 7 20:20:08 BST 2011

Sad to see the Stourbridge clock is no longer running.

I gather a firm of architects now occupy the building.

--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Chris Pickford" <c.j.pickford.t21 at ...> wrote:
> Mike has beaten me to it. Coventry is the classic example. I have been up the tower (though long ago, in 1977), and the "bell chamber" is completely empty, and the clock (Smith of Derby, 1915) is a timepiece movement. It's maybe one for my "What's up that tower?" series - answer "absolutely nothing"
> At Stourbridge, so far as I know, the tower contains a no.2 timepiece clock by Gillett & Johnston, 1909. The clock tower was erected in memory of Isaac Nash, and is (or was) known as the Nash Memorial Clock Tower
> CP


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