IN the mid-1960s, an Echo photographer acquired a new toy. He called it a “wide-eye” camera, and we’ve recently discovered a small, rather battered, file of his trials. Many of them are of Darlington, but this is perhaps the most striking: Newcastle station and cathedral taken from the castle walls by the “wide-eye man” camera, taken on August 4, 1965. Are those the floodlights of St James’ Park that you can see in the distance?