[Bell Historians] More Pathe

David Cawley davidl.cawley at oh4o94GM5SBpQDbTDs1ZXO_t6DnQ4RgHt3VG_HGEC06HLxP5enLlmzqtJ7z9PVpf4MS-QlQpgbCXSlK6VlMBIOGZpIo.yahoo.invalid
Mon May 16 16:07:21 BST 2011

The three bells in a row and the iron frame above suggests to me the old set-up at St Albans Cathedral. Of course, the whole lot is filmed upside down!


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  Try this link instead! 
  The first sequences show three bells with wooden headstocks, short canons and ball bearings.  The fact that there are three bells in a row suggests a ten or twelve bell frame layout.  To the left there seems to be the bracing for a second tier of bells.  The later sequences show two bells hung above which look like products of the Whitechapel bell foundry.  A ten made into twelve?

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