A picture taken in the early morning of a woman next to her car.
The registration number of the car is the biggest clue as to the date of this picture – the B registration letter was introduced in 1964 so that is the earliest this picture could have been taken. However, on the radiator grill is a square AA badge and a bit of research suggests this style was introduced in 1967 so the date is probably post 1967. The car itself is an Austin model – possibly an 1100?
I’m assuming that since the woman is smartly dressed, and this picture seems to have been taken early in the morning, that this is a record of the start of an important trip somewhere – possibly a holiday or a business trip?
The location is pretty difficult to pin down – obviously in the UK but I couldn’t get more accurate than that.
The slide itself is a bit dirty but otherwise is in good condition with the colours and definition well retained.