Help us find the location of this mystery house

PUBLISHED: 13:18 06 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:38 12 May 2010

The mysterious house

The mysterious house

THIS photograph arrived at Crow Nostalgia this week and we need to know where it is. The picture came from Mike Lawrence, a trustee of the Royston and District Museum, who said it was a complete mystery" to him. I've shown several people and they don'

THIS photograph arrived at Crow Nostalgia this week - and we need to know where it is. The picture came from Mike Lawrence, a trustee of the Royston and District Museum, who said it was "a complete mystery" to him. "I've shown several people and they don't have any idea where it might be or when it was taken," said Mike. He added: " I now have a thought on where it might be, but I'm not at all sure." The one clue we have is that the picture was taken by W Norman of Royston, who described himself as a naturalist and photographer. If you have an idea then call Crow Nostalgia on 01763 245241 or e-mail editor@royston-crow.co uk or visit our website at www.royston-crow.co.uk - If you have any pictures from Royston or the surrounding area in past years then Crow Nostalgia would like to see them. You can send your pictures to Crow Nostalgia at Heath House, Princes Mews, Royston SG8 9RT. All photographs will be returned.

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