This image of Weymouth harbourside gives a real glimpse into what it was like in bygone days.

The detailing on the buildings is superb. You can spot the familiar name of Devenish brewery and to the left 'Palladium', a cinema which was there in the late 1920s. The Palladium became a home from home for the armed forces during the Second World War. This building went on to become Pankhursts motorcycles.

You can also make out 'Typewriting Office' - imagine the click clacks coming from there! - and Jolliffe's decorators - what lively harbourside life there was back then!

On the water in front you can see a long boat with Ml209 on the side. It's thought that ML stood for Motor Launch and that it was either RN or Royal Fleet Auxiliary.

If you look at the building on the corner of St Mary Street and St Edmund Street it says 'CB Freeman and Sons'. We've heard from Sez Blake, whose great grandfather was CB Freeman.