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Mine Bells
Posted: 25/10/2011 08:58:52
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Cornish Pixie wrote:

What a beauty!! Where does the image come from, as I'd love permission to include that in my article?!! Thumbs Up Thanks so much Grahami!


Heard you like big bells Thumbs Up
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Posted: 25/10/2011 11:59:35
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Mike Moore you Devil
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Posted: 26/10/2011 18:47:31
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Many thanks to all you good people who have helped me out in my research on mine bells. I'm deeply grateful. This is a subject that has intrigued me and I had no idea that bells were used on mines in the way that I have subsequently discovered they were!

Gwyn, any news of the Penryhn bell? Wink

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