Found this 1970s-era Ektachrome slide today, in an envelope I never opened since receipt over 3 years ago. It’s a snapshot of Old Calvary taken from what I assume to be the old Kosciuszko Bridge. Going to have to make it up to the new Kosciuszko again to get the “after” photo in a before-and-after pairing. I don’t know about the gray stripe along the top right but the bottom looks like it might be a railing. That might be an aberration. The main guide for me to get this exact shot again will be the white mausoleum located to right of center. Changes to that skyline are likely well documented but I’ll be keen to see how much has changed on the cemetery grounds.
UPDATE: Bah, getting an exact recreation of this vantage point ain’t gonna happen, not without aid of a drone or helicopter. I found the exact spot from which the above photo was taken, but from the new pedestrian walkway I was not even 10 feet above street level. The old Kosciuszko, from where the above Ektachrome slide photo was taken, might have been 40 or 50 feet higher. Made the effort anyway but there’s no point.