I know next to nothing about this photograph. It was in the collection of my great Aunt Jennie of Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, and judging by the style of dress must have been taken in the 1920's. There was no inscription on the reverse, but the photographer/publisher was idenified as Arthur Hadley, Photographer, Ramsey, Isle of Man. This could be a clue, as one of Jennie's many brothers. Albert, worked on the Isle of Man ferry between Fleetwood, Lancashire and the Isle of Man.
I like it as a happy holiday photograph, though I wonder how safe I would find the vehicle with so many people on it. I could imagine someone might need to get out and push, if going up hills!