Cast Iron Killer.

“On the bomb’s flank, Lieutenant Ash placed both the stethoscope and the clockstopper. While the Sergeant removed the bomb’s base to extract the explosive powder, Ash put on the stethoscope headphones to ascertain whether the clockstopper had worked. Sergeant James, meanwhile, had sent two sappers to a nearby ditch to collect water for a portable boiler, which he would use to “steam out” the main explosive charge, emulsifying the powder so that it could be extracted and safely burned.

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Slightly greying, bequiffed and enterprising visual artist from Up North.
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