I came across this on Facebook the other day, through the Passchendael Memorial Museum page. Incredible re-discovered collection of 3000 glass plate photographs taken in a small town of Vignacourt, near Amiens, France. All taken by a husband and wife during the Great War. The pictures show portraits and street views of Allied Soldiers of all nations, including the US, UK and Australia, who came through or billeted in their town. The pictures have lain undisturbed in an old barn attic for 95 years, until they were recently sniffed out by a "Sunday Night" TV crew. News Article in the Sydney Morning Herald Lost Diggers on Sunday Night Website Photo Archive on The Lost Diggers Facebook page What I found incredibly interesting is that a lot of folks have been able to identify people in this collection and contacting their relatives, even after so much time. Sometimes it's the only image they've ever seen of their grandfathers and uncles. A different kind of 'found film' indeed.