Amongst the donations we received this month was a beautifully-preserved photograph album dated from the early part of the 20th century. The donor, Mrs Wood, tells us that the album belonged to her Grandfather, Albert Henry Winterburn, who lived and worked in Summerseat during the First World War and early 1920s. Unfortunately Albert had not recorded exactly where the pictures were taken but Mrs Wood thinks the whole of the album relates to Summerseat. We are particularly drawn to this photograph – there is so much detail including a group of young boys on the bridge, all with arms folded awaiting their next adventure!
It would be wonderful if anyone out there could identify the bridge and confirm that the location is definitely Summerseat?