Just because you have a label type called, say, Station/Offset, doesn’t mean you have to use the offset part. Nor does it mean you are limited to just station/offset in your label.
This goes for many different types of labels. My model reference/expression labels are technically speaking, “Station/Offset” labels, but they don’t look like any omlette I’ve ever eaten.
Here is how to make it.
Note each angle, attachment point and other aspects show to recreate on your end.
Note that you DO NOT want this to rotate with the view. You want it oriented with respect to the object. In this case, 90 angle from the alignment.
When I say “HARD TEXT”, I mean text that you type in that is not harvesting data from the model, it is always the same no matter what. We could have a different style for every case of hard text, or we can override later. I show that at the end.