In your parish or oratory, was there a vigil before the Blessed Sacrament not only during the night of Maundy Thursday (before the Altar of Repose), but also through Good Friday and Black Saturday (before a "Sepulcher")?
Since the 1950's, it has become common to limit this adoration to the night of Maundy Tursday in observance of the rubrics in the more modern liturgical books. Nevertheless the older tradition continues to be observed in Poland and Germany (see this post in Te Igitur) and, I've been told, in Hungary. Perhaps it has survived elsewhere.
(The round-the-clock vigil before the Sepulcher from Good Friday to the morning of Easter Sunday was also practiced in pre-Reformation England, as detailed in the following post on the blog Supremacy and Survival: Holy Saturday and the Easter Sepulchre.)