exigo wrote:Sound travels further at night anyway due to temperature differences causing a change in sound wave refraction (bit more explanation with diagrams). Wind direction exaggerates this effect too.
I work near Blackfriars Road, and can often hear the chimes if the office windows are open. Particularly if I'm working late and the wind is westerly.
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