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LMS style dogcharts...

Unread postby MRFS » Fri Dec 15, 2017 12:34 pm

Currently on a train, so away from library...

Are bridles marked with an X top or bottom bridles please? I drew the dogchart 10+ years ago and having a bit of brain fade. Ta!
ND: Why is there a door handle on the inside of my airing cupboard?
MF: Because it's the fire exit from Narnia.

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Re: LMS style dogcharts...

Unread postby HighlandRailwayman » Wed Jan 3, 2018 4:06 pm

In LM locking, X denotes a top bar stud or fix, and O denotes a bottom bar stud or fix
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Re: LMS style dogcharts...

Unread postby MRFS » Thu Jan 4, 2018 2:01 pm

Ta! thanks for the confirmation.
ND: Why is there a door handle on the inside of my airing cupboard?
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