Plain Bob Reverse Canterbury Pleasure Pl Shipway Place Wainfleet Place Bowerchalke Place * St Dunstan's Bob * Oxford Bob * Cambridge Place * St Augustine Bob All Saints Place St James Bob Minster Place Chase Bob Brigstock Place St Piran Place Essex Place St Hilda's Place * Devon Place
        Cippenham Place Camelion Bob Primrose Bob Lavender Place Quirister Bob Evening Star Place Morning Star Bob Cathedral Place Dirt Monkey Bob Bradford-on-Tone Place Slum Place Chilli Chips and Cheese Place Oake Place  
St Simon's Bob St Nicholas Bob Westminster II Bob Maltby Bob Twineham Bob New Bob Hertfordshire Bob Shropshire Bob Imber New Bob * Stoke Bob * Stockcross Bob * Memorial Bob * Griffin Bob * Centaur Bob * Goblin Bob * Stourton Bob *   Eaglethorpe Bob Armitage New Bob
St Martin's Bob Winchendon Place Blackburn Place Chevasse Place Bampton Place Huntspill Bob Lancashire Bob Suffolk Place Tyneham Bob * Egbury Place * Fawley Bob * Cenotaph Place * Wyvern Bob * Mermaid Place * Peri Place * Bourton Place *   Thurning Place Netherton Place
St Osmund Bob St Remigius Bob St Hilary Bob Callender Bob Fifield Bob St Vedast Bob Herefordshire Bob Warwickshire Bob Tottington Bob * Binley Bob * Leckhampstead Bob * Coquelicot Bob * Phoenix Bob * Cyclops Bob * Elf Bob * Maiden Bradley Bob *   Wigsthorpe Bob Dudley Bob
Eynesbury Bob Huntley Place Dragon Place Montgomeryshire Place St Ouen Place Blaisdon Bob Nottinghamshire Bob Worcestershire Place West Tofts Bob * Woodcott Place * Winterbourne Bob * Flanders Poppy Place * Hippogryph Bob * Faun Place * Pixie Place * Silton Place *   Armston Place Harecastle Place
       
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Note that all these methods are reversals of methods in the first table (those with places made at the treble lead) - i.e. backwork becomes frontwork, and vice versa.

NB. Methods in the same column all have the same work above the treble (at the back), shown at the top of the column. Methods in the same row all have the same work below the treble (on the front), shown at the left of the row.

Note that six of the columns are for methods that have 145 made at the lead end, so the plain course may be a bobbed course of another method, which may not count as separate methods in peals. However, I think that Oake, Bradford-on-Tone, Slum and Chase are exceptions to this.

* Note that these methods have a two-lead course. In St Hilda's Place (previously named as Copper Dragon) and Bowerchalke Place, the three hunt bells all ring Plain Hunt. In the others, only the treble rings Plain Hunt, while the other two hunt bells ring a different line.

Follow the "Variations" links at the bottom of the relevant column for the calls for the methods above and their variations.

Click on the arrows to view a "family" of methods at a time