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It looks like a standard post office pattern insulator, which you probably already know. I think it pre dates 1943 as the inner shed is longer than the outer. Are there any markings on the top, top slope or side other than F.C.S and what does F.C.S stand for ?
PS turn it upside down and look inside the inner shed lip, if it is a sharp internally chamfered version ther may be a number impressed.
Keep up the good work
Gary Johnson | firstname.lastname@example.org | June 04, 2005
Thank you for your kind comments on my work blog, I-ll surely try to keep every one updated, hope then that information is helpful….. FCS stands for a railway company from the UK who worked the railway lines….. way back in the 1900-s
As to any number inside as you make mention, no sorry no number. Talk soon and best wishes, Bob
Bob Frassinetti | email@example.com | June 13, 2005