This wonderful old street scene taken in Easton Lane, Portland, is a favourite of ours.

Featuring a horse and cart with the horse sating its thirst at a water pump, the street probably looks familiar.

Not much has changed here, although you are bound to see much more traffic on the road these days.

In fact, although once a place where horses would refuel, this road is the only place on Portland today aside from Osprey Quay down the hill where there is a fuel station.

The petrol station was originally a stone yard with the Saw Mill Tavern adjoining it.

Nearby are two windmills, which are Grade II listed stone towers dating from as early as 1608 when they were first recorded in the Land Revenue Accounts. They are the only historic windmill remains to survive in Dorset.