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He didn’t expand on this but I’m sure now that all the other guys in the office were aware of what lay in store for me. The freight sheds and Customs freight office were on the other side of the airport, a fifteen-minute drive. The freight staff and the passenger Customs staff rarely mixed. We thought that we were superior as we dealt with real people, and they countered with the fact that cargo didn’t sweat or act nervous so they had the harder job because they had to solely use their investigative minds to find contraband.
Everything was going tickety-boo. The tanks were filled and the pipes were ready to take the flow. Then Bang! Boom! Boom! Gush! The stopcocks gave up the ghost and exploded, one so violently that it embedded itself in a brick wall. The domestic pipes then took the full pressure, blowing taps off sink basins.
One of the biggest tasks at Stansted was the rebuilding of the fuel farm. The old one was never going to be adequate for the new airport and long-haul aircraft. The whole farm had to be rebuilt with new piping and storage facilities. The stored aviation fuel was kept in what used to be called ‘gasometers’ and these huge tanks would provide enough internal pressure so that there was little further pumping needed. The rebuild took months and the final stage was to test the whole operation prior to filling the system with Avgas (aviation gasoline).
Anything to Declare?: The Searching Tales of an HM Customs Officer by Jon Frost