UPDATE: Several people have told me it's Warwick Castle, thanks so much for your information.
You might have seen my previous post about a found film, and now I have another - but this one will be a much bigger challenge to investigate. All I know is that I recently bought an Agilux Colt 44 camera in a charity shop in Crayford, Kent and in the box was an exposed roll of 127 colour film. I sent this to the good people at Snaps Photo Services and today I received a CD with 7 images on it. Only 4 are of use, and I'm publishing them below. I realise this is a long shot,
but I'm wondering if the building in the background of one shot is recognisable to someone? Or the river scene shown in the other shot? The camera was made between 1961 and 1965 in Croydon but I've no idea when the photos were taken - does the image of the roll of film mean anything to anyone with regard to the type of film and the label on it?
Any help or information will be gratefully received, please contact me here if you know anything...