A MYSTERY photo of Huddersfield Town fans is far more recent than first thought.
The Examiner printed the picture of youngsters looking down on the old Leeds Road ground.
The fans were captured by a photographer on the top of Kilner Bank, high above the old ground, which is long since demolished.
There was speculation the photo may have been taken in the 1970s.
But eagle-eyed readers have put us straight. It seems the photo dates from the early 1990s.
But there is still no news of who the youngsters are in the view, which was used to advertise Canon cameras. The picture appeared in newspapers and magazines.
Reader Martyn Waddington was among the many to contact us.
He said: "The lad on the left is wearing a Gola Town top, available in the early 1990s.
"Also, the red and black hats are the away colours of that shirt at the time."
Jan Walter, also pointing out the shirt, said: "I would hazard a guess around 1993, just before Town moved to the McAlpine."
Neil Leeson was intrigued by a different aspect, asking: "How could a photo of that age have been taken by a camera launched in 2003?"
It's a question that has led him into correspondence with Amateur Photographer maga- zine.
Neil said: "Advertising a new camera and implying that the photo was taken with it leaves me surprised and bemused."
Amateur Photographer editor Garry Coward-Williams admitted he was amused.
But he added: "To be precise, the advert does not say the image was taken by the EOS300D.
"It says the photographer used an EOS-fit lens and that these optics are available to the 300D."