Here we are then - the PCP in question is EAHAS PCP3. I'll link my photos with Google Streetview, so you can get a better idea of the (small) area if you like... neither DSLAMs are on there yet, and the actual PCP has been re-shelled, though.
is the DSLAM which was installed in 2012, the ECI cabinet. Here's
a Streetview link to where the photo was taken, although again, the DSLAM wasn't there at that point. You can see the PCP before its re-shell further up the hill.
is currently what the front of the PCP (although re-shelled, exactly the same location) looks like - i.e. the ducting from the new 288-line Huawei DSLAM being laid. there is spare ducting laying everywhere too, some with something like "LV power ducting" printed on it, as you'd expect. Just take the above Streetview link and move up the hill to the PCP.
is obviously the 288-line DSLAM, looking back down the hill towards the PCP. I'm sure you can work out what to do with that same Streetview link if you want to see it long before the install for whatever reason...
The two (other) nearest PCPs are implausibly far away (one of them only technically JUST I suppose, but it's... let's say 150m as the crow flies. It already has its own ECI box, as does the next nearest.
If it was for EO lines, wouldn't the new DSLAM have to be an all-in-one? It does make sense that the older ECI box might be "full", Codelook says PCP3 serves 520 properties.
Edit: One more thing: The Roadworks.org blurb
does refer to "3", and having read plenty of similar references, that refers to the PCP that the work is linked to.
Edited by gazzyk1ns (Thu 06-Oct-16 10:04:54)