I love this old photo of a traditional family business in Weymouth town centre.

It's Biles Bros newsagent in Lower Bond Street and was taken on an unknown date, courtesy of the Terry Gale archive.

However there are a few clues in the photo that lead us to believe it was taken in 1911.

Click into the picture above to see it enlarged.

It looks as though the shop is suitably decked out for an upcoming Royal occasion and the people who run the shop are certainly posing very seriously for the camera!

This picture is believed to have been taken ahead of the Coronation of George V, which took place on June 22 1911.

This shop was near the White Hart pub in Lower Bond Street and Biles Bros moved to Great George Street when they became distributors, Mike Jolliffe informs us.

Chris Osborn says he can remember being able to buy outdated comics at very cheap prices from Biles.

Kirsty Biles writes: "According to my Dad it was situated in Lower Bond St, where Poundland etc is now. He does not know any of the people in the picture, although he suspects that his Uncle Bert and Auntie Pat are in the picture!"

All of these memories and more can be found at our nostalgia Facebook group We Grew Up in Weymouth and Portland - find it and join at https://www.facebook.com/groups/WeymouthNostalgia