That's it! This is not the exact model but it's close https://eu-browse.startpage.com/av/...2f5c188a797966a0565d735734ea0b3625a5f012813faParkray?
We had a Anthracite central heating boiler - massive thing that had to be fed daily, the clinker had to be removed from the front with a big lever on the side to push it forward. Although it had a water pump, it kept the house warm through the power cuts in the 70's, probably due to the physics of heat always rises...
I had one of these:
Our SOP differed in the following:It was a test in Cubs: lay and light a fire.
Cut kindling; roll and twist sheets of newspaper into circlets; place kindling on top; then a couple of small logs;,then some small coal.
Light paper; watch it go; at the right moment add larger lumps of coal; broadsheet newspaper over front of fireplace to draw; yell ‘Oh Shit!’ when it erupts in flames ‘cos you got it wrong; get thumped round the ear by your mother; get thumped around the ear again when your father got home for ‘using bad language’ - especially in front of your mother.
The South Wales Echo did produce a most satisfactory ‘Woooof’ if you got distracted and missed the ‘browning’ point.Our SOP differed in the following:
Newspaper twists under the wood and also under the grate, from where ignition would commence.
Tin tray (blower) over the front then overlapping tabloid sheets. (My father was a Sun reader, and the South Wales Echo went tabloid while we still used coal).
Coke from the previous night to start.
Remove paper and blower when beginning to brown.