As the title states, I just processed a roll of 126 Verichrome Pan B&W film from a Family Reunion in Sulphur, Oklahoma at Chickasaw National Park in 1972... and it came out. Amazing. Not the best images in the world, flat and thin (dmax no more than 0.90d anywhere), but I can recognize relatives long since dead and buried and with an ultra-hard paper, should print well enough to satisfy my family. Oh, and I think there is a photo of me in there; I am 45 now; I was 11 back then... I used Kodak HC110 Dilution B (as mentioned in this other APUG thread ) at 7 minutes 70 degrees F with 20 ml of a 10% Potassium Bromide solution added to the developer in a Patterson 3 reel tank. I decided to work with a 10% solution of PB instead of using so many granules of PB per reel just because I was more comfortable in the measurements this way. There certainly is fog in the negatives, but I'm thinking the PB probably helped cut that down a bit, but that is just a guess. I also processed 2 rolls of TMax 100 35mm at the same time (900 ml total chemistry), and they looked a bit thin, so the bromide probably held back the speed a bit. Scans tomorrow. Frank W.