Last week’s Mystery Photograph proved a bit difficult as it is no longer there as was in the photograph.

Thank you once again to Jeff Parsons for sending in last week’s photograph and thank you to Phil Draper, Church Crawler, for allowing us permission to use it. Jeff said: “Here is a picture which may bring back memories for some. It is of the original Tin Church of St John at Peasedown.

“Built in 1874 it was subsequently removed when the current Church was built around 1893 and taken to Fishponds in Bristol and re-erected there.”

Well done to Dave Seddon who told The Journal: “I confess I am not certain about this one but perhaps it’s the old ‘Tin Church’ erected in Peasedown in 1874 and which was replaced by the current more substantial St John’s Church in 1893.

“As I understand it the original Church was then moved to Fishponds in Bristol where it served first as a Church, then a Church hall and later as a restaurant, school classrooms, Sunday schools and a meeting place for cubs before its final demise in 1970.”

Do you recognise where this week’s Mystery Photograph was taken? Perhaps you have fond memories you would like to relive. Get in touch with your answers.

If you have a historic image of our area suitable for our Mystery Photograph feature, please email: [email protected] or bring them in to: The Journal, Paulton House, Old Mills, Paulton, Bristol, BS39 7SX.