Last week’s Mystery Photograph showed the Storm Damage at Coleford with the “Hucky Duck” aqueduct in background.

Thank you to every one who contacted us with your answers. Well done to the following for guessing Coleford correctly.

Alan and Norma Norris, Richard Edwards, Andrew Hawkins, Les Box and Hannah Selway, Rosemary Burchill, Paul Hancock, Carolyn Drouin, Valerie Rogers, Martin Horler.

Thank you to Rosemary Carter, who said “This weeks Photo is of Coleford Aqueduct otherwise known locally as the Huckyduck, which is also the name of one of Coleford’s Carnival clubs.”

Many thanks to Jonathan Griffin who said: “This week we’re back in Coleford looking at the ‘Hucky Duck’ (aqueduct) in the aftermath of the great storm of May 1906. The photograph appears on page 6 of the excellent book ‘Coleford as ‘twere’ published by Coleford Oral History Group, Radstock Museum shop should have some copies for sale, well worth a read!”

Do you know where we are in this week’s Mystery Photograph? Perhaps you recognise someone in the photograph, or why they were gathered there?

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.