On a cold January day, two ladies wrapped in coats and furs take a stroll along a street in Portsmouth.
But while this sounds like nothing out of the ordinary, the photograph to the right says otherwise.
This is a shot from Smitten City, written in 1945 about Ports-mouth during the blitz.
Taken on January 31, 1941, it depicts Winston Churchill’s wife Clementine (right) walking with the Lady Mayoress, Lady Daley, through the bomb-ravaged streets of the city.
Out of the frame Mrs Churchill is wearing functional wartime boots – but perhaps not the best match to her fur coat and gloves.
The question is – where was this photograph taken?
There is a cellar light below their feet but the destruction behind them could be anywhere at the time.
If anyone has the faintest idea where they might be I would like to know, so please get in contact.