Bells and Gongs
Bells represent the concepts of peace and freedom.
Bicycle Bells Cable Car Bells Church Bells Door Bells Fire Bells Garden Bells Misc. Bells Ship Bells Train Bells Yule Bells
Bicycle Bells

Used to let pedestrian know that a bicycle is about to hit them.

Cable Car Bells

Rung in contests, and to generally let people know that a cable car is approaching.

Church Bells

Bells from churches and bells in churches.

Door Bells

The actual bell part of a door bell.

Fire Bells

Alarms used to announce fire as well as decorative bells on fire trucks.

Garden Bells, As A Form Of Bells And Gongs

Bells used as garden decoration.A bell is a directly struck idiophone percussion instrument. Most bells have the shape of a hollow cup that when struck vibrates in a single strong strike tone, with its sides forming an efficient resonator.[from wikipedia]

Misc. Bells

Bells difficult to otherwise categorize.

Ship Bells

The rope of which is the only rope on a ship (except for line in a rope locker that is calledrope when not assigned to a specific role as line).

Train Bells, Bells used on trains and around railroad yards.
Yule Bells

Christmas season bells.

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