View from above of an outdoor enclosure with large banner above fence reading: "Crashed German Plane Here." Sign on fence states admission fee of 6 pence for adult and 3 pence for children. The crashed plane is a German Me-109, covered by a camouflage net canopy. Inside the enclosure, a sign leaning against the plane's fuselage reads: "In Aid of Local Spitfire Fund." Two RAF Sergeants appear to be in charge of the display. The aircraft engine cowling is missing revealing the engine. The propeller blades on the plane are bent. Two girls read the Poster about aid of local Spitfire fund and another reading "Send up our Fighters, They'll knock down the Blighters (Fighter Plane Fund)." A boy joins the girls reading the posters. People put money in a can for local Spitfire fund during Battle of Britain.
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