Sandra Clayton’s porcelain “Mark I” tank, with Winteringham crest! These were produced - along with other porcelain copies
of WWI armaments - by a firm called Goss, with the crests of various towns. The original tank was first made at Lincoln,
known officially as a “land ship” (and crewed by the Royal Navy!), but whilst it was being built at Lincoln became known as a
tank by virtue of the fact that the bodywork looked like a water tank. However, that name stuck, and “landship” was consigned to history!
The close-up of the crest gives a quite reasonable likeness of the village church!