Back in the 1960s I was given my first ever (and probably my only ever) professional commission as a photographer. Alan Yates, a local Halifax trade union stalwart, had a member who had been knocked down by a bus at the bottom of Salterhebble Hill. The union was fighting the case and wanted a photograph of the scene of the accident. There'd be "summat in it for thee" I was told, so off I went with my camera to record the scene. This is one of the negatives that resulted. At the end of the day, I never got paid - but I was left with a priceless record of empty roads, cigarette adverts, and pubs still open.