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Not only was the bike 46-yearold Guzman's getaway vehicle, it was used by the tunnellers to pull mini skips filled with soil through the tunnel.
He was one of the Scottish tunnellers who was recruited from the mines of Scotland to the Western Front.
But I talk to tunnellers who love being up to their armpits in muck, and they say it is not as bad as other places they have worked.
Taliban tunnellers went 120 metres below before driving out of the compound in trucks without a shot being fired, The Guardian reports.
By the end of the war in 1918 25,000 British tunnellers and 50,000 attached infantry had built almost 200 independent tunnels and associated constructions.
Egypt's policy towards Gaza was the focus of heavy criticism from many in Egypt, particularly in the last year when Mubarak's government began building an underground barrier to thwart tunnellers who were supplying goods to Gaza underground.
Merchants and tunnellers said that the pace of smuggling of fuel and other materials had decreased in recent days and had reached its lowest level Saturday
Highlighting the risks faced by the tunnellers, Israeli warplanes carried out two strikes along the border with Egypt on Thursday, wounding three workers, medical workers said.
Israeli warplanes attack two smuggling tunnels along the Gaza Strip border with Egypt, wounding three tunnellers.
An Israeli army spokeswoman said the attack, which wounded three tunnellers, was in response to a rocket fired by Gaza militants into southern Israel late on Tuesday.
The Palestinian medical source said one of the three tunnellers was moderately injured.