Yep. See link in other thread with pics of pole mounted Openreach splitter nodes. Chamber mounted is the same thing.Good spot and great detective work! I do know that BT/Openreach have put splitters in voids under their manholes here, I saw a guy doing splicing a few weeks back and he confirmed it was Openreach (Openreach was also written on the node cover) - looked like one of these type things:
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So I don't think it was Openreach putting the AFN node on the poles.
Not that it is set in stone but I have noticed that all of the work I've seen done for Digital Infrastructure / BeFibre has been done by a company called Shawton, I've not noticed FKS before.
Intruiging and promising anyway!
Openreach do not use HT AFN for final drops. Since they moved to a connectorised drop solution (they did once blow fibre for the final connection) they use only Corning (and CommScope) brand CBTs.