Bell turret

Bell turret

A small tower, usually topped with a spire or pinnacle, containing one or more bells.

bell turret

bell turret
A small tower, usually topped with a spire or pinnacle, and containing one or more bells.
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Gone: Where was used to There was no bell at the church until 1957 when the present enclosed bell turret was erected over the south porch to contain a bell presented to St.
Christ Church is a powerfully sculptural composition in a severe early Gothic style which relies on the effect of strong external buttresses, relieving arches and a single tall bell turret.
Originally it had a domed roof and a bell turret in the ancient tradition of Armenian churches.
There is much work by the Norman masons but also a shingled little bell turret.
The bell turret was rebuilt, external walls repointed and the Bath stone dressing was cleaned.
Here is the little church of Preston Bagot with a tiny wooden bell turret.
The building with a rather curious bell turret tower is famous for the splendid wall paintings which have been lovingly restored.
A large noticeboard by the side of the hospital in Farley Lane proclaimed it to be 'The Sir William Cook Memorial Hospital' and, inside the building's imposing entrance - under an equally imposing bell turret - a handsome marble plaque noted the hospital's origins and the good works of it's illustrious namesake.