Good lord there were some errors in that last post of mine.
There are 5 63A HRC links supplying 5 installations.
There is also a 16A HRC link just below the cable joints that supplies a nearby Street light, as the Pilot wire for these is run in the same Underground Conduit as the Distribution Mains cables.
Next to the Load-side wires at the bottom of the 63A fuses, you'll see laminated tags cable tied to the wires.
These tags enable a Faultsman to correctly identify the right installation to be repaired/disconnected.
At each metering point, there is a tag that matches one in the Pillar box.
Just saves the wrong people having the power interrupted in the middle of Coro Street!.
Is that one of them HV Roll-out circuit breaker trucks?.
One of them holders in the Pillar box is sporting a new 63A fuse, that's why I had the cover off this box in the start, it's just down the road from from my house.
The lady that lives there blew the Mains fuse when the Kettle element short-circuited.
Couple that with Tinned copper wire fusing that doesn't tend to co-ordinate that well with an HRC fuse and BANG, out goes the whole house!.