Is it me or is the rise and fall less pronounced?
The whole corner and the "straight" which follows have been tinkered with. My old shot was taken from the abutment of the Bailey Bridge, hence the elevated viewpoint (try getting that past today's (marshals!). The track has been shifted to the right, as we look at it in the two shots, into where the woods started. The "rise and fall" is probably not too much different- the blue car with white stripe in the modern photo is about at the same position as Escort #4 in my old snap.
Where there was not much run-off, it is now very wide and the "second apex" of the corner moved accordingly to maintain track width.
It was (and still is) interesting to note the changes at the first meeting of each season; these were probably not too obvious to spectators but very noticeable when former camera positions could not be repeated as time went by.
This angle at Lodge:
became impossible as the bank I was standing on was removed and we are now maybe five feet lower today, which makes it more difficult to see the cars coming.
shows how close it was possible to get to the action at Old Hall; we used to stand where the fire bottles are before the Armco was installed- in those days I trusted drivers to go (more or less) where they were supposed to and without banging into each other.
When the Fosters short-cut replaced the full circuit, a whole new set of possibilities appeared, with the Aintree-like raised kerbs: