South Tower Bell Pulls, Wells
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Wells, Somerset, UK
These bell pulls are attached to small bells for calls to worship, but further above, in the tower proper, are the real thing. The South Tower at Wells holds a peal of ten bells (1757-1964). These are the heaviest ring of ten bells in the world, with a tenor bell that weighs 6,272 pounds (2,845 kg). They are hung for full circle ringing in the English style.
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