IN the mid-1960s, a photographer with The Northern Echo acquired a new toy and began taking what he called "wide-eye" pictures. About a dozen of them survive, unseen since then, mainly because they were too difficult to file properly with the conventionally sized prints. We've recently rediscovered them, and this amazing panorama shows Darlington's High Row and Market Place on March 11, 1965 - can you spot the famous cooling towers in the distance?