We recently featured a series of articles on Weymouth's beach photographers - some of whom were a regular fixture by the golden sands over the years.

Looking Back regular Geoff Pritchard has got in touch because he has an interest in the beach photographer John Ewart Chambers.

He wanted to show us a couple of postcards photos taken by Chambers that differ from his regular beach work.

Geoff tells us: "I always associated Chambers with his seaside photography until some years ago when I came across these two photographs.

"The first is of a train hauled by ex London and South Western T9 class loco on the final leg of its journey into Weymouth. The photo dates from the 1930s and in the distance is Alexander Bridge and on the right the raised footpath from the end of Ranelagh Road, a venue loved by train spotters of past generations.

"The second is of an outing by a women’s organisation connected with Holy Trinity Church setting out from the Sidney Hall in Victory Tours Fiat charabanc in the late 1920s. Everyone wore hats in those days!"

Both postcards are endorsed on the reverse side 'Chambers Kiosk.'

Thanks to Geoff for showing us a different line of Chambers' work.