The building is in poor condition with a leaking roof. The outdoor exhibits are in even worse condition. The indoor exhibits are OK but a little confusing with a mock-up living room containing 3 wireless radios and another room containing a tank shell plus anti-aircraft ammunition on a dressing table (these should be a separate exhibit). Another room contains mostly junk scattered around with items piled against an exit door (there was a piano accordion in a box - you had to open it to see it - not on display properly). Also some items were not from the 1940s.
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