[Bell Historians] Saw Pit Frame

Roderic Bickerton rodbic at GFehF2B9fdl5dCBlz87ahE2bUiWOJK_O0XARW0y9NmcyZOP3Tla3hCyvz8O3rRt0KLt7z9fKdfVCg10.yahoo.invalid
Thu May 26 10:28:26 BST 2011

Sounds like good cost effective design.
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From: "Brian Meldon" 
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Saw Pit Frame

Rochford's 1968 Taylor frame for the light 4cwt 
eight has all the bells swinging in the east 
west direction in a lightly constructed steel 
frame. (But obviously sufficient for the weight 
of the bells.)
The layout is:
The 3, 4, 8 and 7 have the ropes on the inside 
of the frame/tower and the others on the 2, 5, 1 
and 6 on the outside.

Brian Meldon


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