WHEN Richard Tyler scratched his name into the wall of a hospital 60 years ago, he did not expect to hear much about it ever again. But six decades later, and the names on the wall of a Huntingdonshire building are again a talking point, and are jogging memories across the district. Two weeks ago, The Hunts Post published a feature looking at all the signatures which have been left on the wall of the former Primrose Lane Hospital in Huntingdon. The collection has been gathering more and more names over the years the building has been in use. The first dates back to 1904, but others have been added along the way, making Primrose Lane a huge piece of social history. It was when the building was taking a turn as an isolation hospital that Mr Tyler, now 81, added his name to the red bricks. Mr Tyler was admitted in 1945 with diphtheria and for more than a month.