Here's another old image of Dorset from 1924 for you to guess the location of.

This time around the picture was used on a postcard upon which the writer commented: "This is where you land on the bus from Weymouth."

You can see a traction engine in the image, its trailer loaded with stone, on the way to FJ Barnes' ' sawmills.

The vehicle was later owned by Richard Townsend's Amusements of Chickerell and rebuilt by Eddisons of Dorchester as a showman's engine 'Queen Mary' and has been preserved.

If you guessed that this picture was taken outside Victoria Gardens on Portland, then well done, you are very familiar with the area!

The sawmills the engine driver was on his way to were in Victoria Square and of course it was delivering Portland stone.

This postcard is from the collection of the much-missed Weymouth historian Andy Hutchings.

Here's how the same view looks today.

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