This image has been identified as, most probably, the Mogumber Hotel. Now called the Mogumber Tavern. It has been extended and residential units added but original features still visible suggest that we have it right. More recent photographs of the tavern may be found here.
The image has now been added to our catalogue and may be found here. We took another look at the number plate of the vehicle in an enlarged image and could make out that it ends with the numbers “93”. The 1917-18 RAC Yearbook has a “Hudson 29” registered to the Swan Brewery Reg. # P 293. Perhaps Swan Brewery employees were visiting.
Thank you Joan Harvey!
This hotel photographed by E.L. Mitchell is held as a glass negative. From the women’s clothing it is probably taken between 1914 and 1920.
The trees suggest that it may be somewhere in the South West. Unfortunately the hotel’s name on the roof is obscured and the man at the car is standing in front of the number plate which might have given a clue.
Does anyone recognise this building? After success with our last photographic challenge we have high hopes that someone out there can assist.