The first is of an 'above ground repair' along side a main road [actually on the central reservation], the second and third are the lamp column to which the 'repair' is directed at. To my knowledge it has been like this for at least 2 years! And yes, it is live and the lights work.
Mod. note: "Central reservation" = median strip.
[This message has been edited by pauluk (edited 02-06-2007).]
As far as I can ascertain a lighting column was removed and the cable extended as per pic1. This cable then connects to the column and then goes back down inside the column and onto the next fixture. I will not reveal the location yet so that users can try to guess the locale.
4mm? yeah, right!!! If memory serves me correctly it is about 25 or 35mm may even be 50mm! I aint getting hold of it to check though!!! NOTE the lack of fuses as well! I will be check it again next time I am there.
This lamp column has fascinated me for about 2 years [yes, i know I need to get out more!!] Apart from no visible fuses it also has no isolation at ground level, I think the earthing is discontinuous and the 2 lamp heads are on different phases. Oh, I forgot to mention that this 'median strip' also doubles as a public footpath!!! I will be back there in a few weeks; camera at the ready