[r-t] 41 Surprise Minor quarter
gaataylor at blueyonder.co.uk
Tue Mar 22 16:55:21 UTC 2005
> I think the most so far got into a 1440 is the 23 Carlisle- and
> Cambridge-above methods, which seem to splice together much more easily
> the London- and Norwich-above ones (why is this?).
London above methods only have 2nds place lead-ends so you can't mix
2nds/6ths as is the case with Carlisle/Cambridge above. The Norwich above
methods are comparatively amenable but do include Warkworth and Norwich
which are not "splicing-friendly".
Interestingly, Warkworth splices well (up to a point) with Surfleet but not
in a way that appears to lead to a 720 (e.g. put a half-lead bob in Surfleet
every time a fixed bell is 2nds place bell and you can convert these six
leads to Warkworth [ producing different lead-ends, though] ).
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