Tuesday 20 March 2012

Connecting services to the barracks

Following on from the previous posting, once the barracks were in place, the services needed to be connected to it. An agricultural-drain was used to make a duct between the RF-container and the barracks. This will carry power, network, grounding and probably some other cables as well. The following photograph was taken during the end of last summer.

The cables need to be buried, not just for protection against the snow, but also vehicles and any animals that might otherwise damage it. Although the barracks is movable and remains on its wheels, it is semi-permanently connected (like a long-term holiday caravan!).

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