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Technical Drawing

Quite a few years ago I bought a great drawing at a bus rally which showed a isometric view of an RML and identified all the panels by their LT number. I think it was probably a cleaned up version of this one in the LT collection -https://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/collections/collections-online/drawings/item/2000-4748 . Unfortunately I can't find it now (how unusual.. not!) and I wondered if anyone knows where I can get another copy please? (I think it was actually two-sided so showed the front and back of the bus too)

My bus number (if any): RML2302

Re: Technical Drawing

There is a series of these body drawings (13) in the assoc's 'Compendium of technical articles etc' volume 4 taken from Newsletters 61-80. All are A4 photocopies. Each shows the original drawing number.

Re: Technical Drawing

Thanks Roy. I rather liked this one because it was a nice clean original rather than a photocopy of an old drawing but I think I should probably get the compendia anyway.

My bus number (if any): RML2302

Re: Technical Drawing

oooo i like the related image when you visit the link you posted

Here it is:

My bus number (if any): RMF2771

Re: Technical Drawing

Hmm... that's odd Matt - that wasn't the one but it looks a goody!!

My bus number (if any): RML2302