[r-t] 147 TDMM

Fielding Ian I.Fielding at rbht.nhs.uk
Fri Dec 31 17:55:11 UTC 2010

Peter Ellis has produced the following atw extent following on from one of Richards earlier articles which might be of interest.

720 Spliced Surprise Minor in 4 methods, all the work.

Comprising: 360 Wooler; 120 each Chester, Morpeth, Newcastle.

Wo  64523
Nw  35264
Ch  56342
Mo  42635
Wo -56423
Wo -34562


>From a block produced by Richard Smith: Du Hu Bk Bo Du - Bo - which produces a true 144.
5 such blocks produce 720 different changes, but the blocks cannot be joined together in a 720.
However, the Carlisle-over version does produce a true 720.
Composed by PGCE.

Ian Fielding

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