I must confess that I am becoming addicted to going through my old negatives and revisiting pictures I took forty or so years ago. This photograph of the old railway siding in the shadow of North Bridge, Halifax, was taken in the late 1960s. If I had have turned around and walked under the bridge the scene facing me would have been that taken by the great Bill Brandt in his photograph "Catch Point", some twenty years before mine. What is really strange to realise is that the time separating my photograph and what I then thought of as the "Old Halifax" captured by Brandt was only half as long as the time separating my photograph from the modern day. And in the modern day, all you will see now is the concrete bunker that is North Bridge Leisure Centre. Not quite Catch Point.