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- A bellcote, bell-cote or bell-cot is a small framework and shelter for one or more bells. Bellcotes are most common in church architecture but are also...
- remains of earthen huts. Ruined St Drostan's Church retains a birdcage bellcote, a chamfered arch window and bell dated 1644. Towie-Barclay farm incorporates...
- detail is a miniature of the main trefoil arch and medallion motif. The bellcote was roofed with lead. Decorative metalwork is also emplo****, as finals...
- architect Walter Mills of Banbury remodelled the north transept and added the bellcote. Sarsgrove House, or the Dower House, is 1+1⁄2 miles (2.4 km) northeast...
- The top storey and spire date from about 1580 and originally formed a bellcote on the north gatehouse. This was removed during the restoration of the...
- truly well-built building in dressed ashlar sandstone, with two feature bellcotes. The conversion of the building into a gallery was designed by the architect...
- Venice, seen from the Campo Sant'Angelo. Leaning campanile, and empty bellcote Gothic portal attributed to Bartolomeo Bon. Ponte sotto San Stefano Former...
- with a coat of arms in the tympanum. At roof level, there was a central bellcote with a ogive-shaped roof and a weather vane. Internally, the prin****l...
- transept acting as a chapel, and a north porch. On the west gable is a bellcote, and on the chancel gable is a weathered cross. There are no windows in...
- date. Its eastern tower remains, capped with a richly-carved 1635 double bellcote. The kirk's bell is dated 1556, and the clock (made in Carnoustie) dates...