The three transmitters in the first digital switchover area have now stopped transmitting BBC One, ITV1 and Channel 4 on analogue.
This means that multiplexes 2 and B join the month-old multiplex 1 transmissions from Eskdale Green , Gosforth and Whitehaven.
This completes the Freeview Lite service for this area.
So, Digit Al can move on to complete the rest of the Border region in 11 month. Here is was a month ago with Mark and David from Aberfan Aerials.
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