Its referred to as an MDF which brings back memories of long apparatus rooms in 10, 000 line exchanges ( I was at Euston, now 01387 and at Canonbury, 01226) .
Here at Winchcombe it was just a single 50pair block enclosed in an old steel Fusebox casing, but it did the job and had kept us working for many years.
However its now replaced by a nice new, plastic Krone Block thanks to Pauls skills.
He made it seem very easy and, like a lot of these jobs it is if you go about it the right way, and he says that he has done many, many of these in his time.
The trick was to carefully label each individual circuit before we started- we did all that last week!
Glad to report that it worked straight away and all lines produced the right responses.
A long overdue indoor job done on a very cold winters day.
Looks like I forgot to get a final picture of the Box with its cover on, but thats a bit boring. Also glad to say that it passed inspection by Neil who came past to take a small warm interval from upgrading signal lamps to LED.
It looks like we need to get the decorators in soon!
Thanks for reading of our exploits