Diagonal Frames

George Dawson george at K7COvopryMhq_vnuqQWON8QZkUsPnqCmYb1U8Vz3exoflwt9RWBmqMs_Tg50I2ZM1qMJ2w2wBCBZ2fLwMp6rna4T2A.yahoo.invalid
Sun Jan 9 10:10:26 GMT 2011

Yes it is, it's a lovely frame, well documented, and a crying shame that the
bells are not useable (the ringing chamber floor was removed to enable big
organ pipes to fill one corner of the tower).




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From: Carl Scott Zimmerman 
Just for comparison: In the USA, assuming installation in a 
pre-existing square or rectangular tower, I've found only one chime 
in a diagonal frame. And I got such a brief look at it that I 
couldn't even determine why it was done that way.

How about Christ Church, Philadelphia?

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