That's the most interesting data I've had on my area. Thanks for digging it out.
That means that there are no Cabs near the main village. I presume that's why we are a FTTC and FTTP exchange.
At least one of the Cabs covers Barrasford which is a similar sized village across the North Tyne river and one other might cover Gunnerton with 40 or so houses. Both of those villages struggle with an around 2mg connection or worse so they would benefit from fibre.
What is most intruiging is that as the entire village of Humshaugh is therefore EO lines it seems an odd choice to enable the exchange for fibre in the initial rollout stages.
If they are laying fibre to Cabs 1 and 2 I have no idea how they intend to cross the river unless they use the Roman Bridge at the South of Humshaugh which would take the fibre through the entire village in any event.
I'm now hoping that a few new Cabs will spring up in the coming months!
How much coverage does a Cab have? i.e. what distance is it used to service?
Edited by Salion (Thu 10-Apr-14 15:08:32)