[r-t] Tenby Triples

Andrew Johnson andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com
Mon Oct 20 07:27:55 UTC 2014

> From: "Philip Earis" <pje24 at cantab.net>
> Nicholas:
> "Brian Price created Tenby Triples (provisional name - I believe it has 
> to be pealed), designed on similar lines to Scientific, which is notable 
> having no dodges. It is also symmetric in the conventional way but, for 
> reasons that I don't recall, Brian chose to have it start in a place 
> was not a point of symmetry"
> Does anyone have the place notation for this method?
I think I do, but it isn't immediately to hand as it would be in a box 
with old Cambridge University Guild Week programmes. I recall seeing the 
line on one week that he and I attended (possibly 1988 week organised by 
Steve Elwell-Sutton at Ellesmere School). The line had features he called 
castles and ramparts and perhaps no dodging. I think it would be one of 
the following methods:

possibly something like:
or its reverse.

Andrew Johnson

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