Plenty of you were back on track with guessing last week’s Mystery Photograph. Well done to all who got it correct, it seems that it was an easy one!

Our photo from last week featured the Toll House at Stanton Drew.

Photo Archive/Miscellaneous. Dennis Chedgy Collection. Caption: 'Stanton Drew Toll House'.
Last week’s Mystery Photo featured the Toll House, Stanton Drew. (Radstock Museum)

Thank you to Radstock Museum for supplying yet another of our photographs for our regular feature.

Well done to Jeff Parsons, John Mannings, Gilmour Jones Les Box, Hannah Selway, Mike Ford, Neil Johnson, Sid Johnson, Paul Hancock, Eddie Attwood, Norma Attwood, Bob Stokes, Stu Hall, Rachel Minall, Ivor Davis, Roy Barnes and Val Rogers who guessed Stanton Drew Toll House correctly.

Rosemary Burchill said: “The mystery photo this week is the old Toll House on the Bristol/Chew Magna Road. It still has the Post Box next to the front door and is currently up for sale.”

“A much easier one this week – The Toll House at Stanton Drew”, said Martin Horler. Well done to Martin for guessing correctly.

Well done to Jonathan Griffin, who said: “Hi folks, this week we're looking at the old toll house on the Pensford to Chew Magna road at Stanton Drew. Google Maps call it 'The Round House' but it is, in fact, hexagonal.”

Eric Brain guessed correctly, provided further interesting information and a link to an online video for us to gain more knowledge about the Toll House. He said: “Easy one this week; the Round House at Stanton Drew. Built as a turnpike house in late 1700s, which it was for 80 years. See a most interesting YouTube video:”.

The YouTube video, uploaded by ‘Chew Valley Films’, can also be found by searching: ‘Chew Valley People - Katherine at The Round House, Stanton Drew’ on the video sharing platform.

Do you know where we are in this week’s Mystery Photograph?

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