Here’s a thought for the day – Swindon Surprise Maximus is rubbish. Almost as bad as the place.
For a picture, click here (scroll down and click the “go” button). The Cambridge overwork messes up the coursing order above the treble, and the underwork doesn’t do much. The only music off the front is the odd random 90ET.

Oh well, only one peal due of it – wonder if I can manage the rest of my life without meeting it again?

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  1. Anonymous
    Posted September 22, 2006 at 10:49 pm | Permalink

    “The Cambridge overwork messes up the coursing order above the treble”

    I thought that Cambridge above the treble, being the same as Yorkshire, left the coursing order pretty much intact?

  2. simple57uk
    Posted September 26, 2006 at 5:24 pm | Permalink

    Yes OK, trueish. But the places around the treble mean that the bells pass it in a random order. This mixing up means that it’s harder to get music off the front. Looking at the first lead, the treble passes the bells in the order 26408ET7953. Compare this to 243579ETO68. While the treble is in the middle of the change, the bells pass it in a sensible order.

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