An ARP warden inspects the emblem on a grounded Heinkel bomber
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|Date Photo Taken||2nd October 1940|
|Notes / History||This was one of the numerous grounded enemy aircraft displayed throughout the country to rise funds for the RAF.
Members of the public paid a small fee to get a closer look at the plane and it's interior.
The emblem on the fuselage depicts a German eagle tearing at the head of a sorry looking British lion.