Michala Hulme is professional genealogist in England. She runs her own genealogy business, Unearth the Past, and has a regular history slot on BBC Radio Lancashire. She received a 1930s box camera as a Christmas gift and was surprised to find there was an undeveloped roll of film still inside the camera.
A local photo shop was able to develop the film and four photographs survived the 70 years of "storage" inside the camera. The photos show four people – three men and a woman – at a railway station. Now Michala is asking the public for help in identifying the four people and in finding their living relatives.
You can read the full story in the Knutsford Guardian web site at http://goo.gl/cEJNK3. Three of the photographs in question are also available on the same web page.