Children from Ingol CP school get in the Preston Guild party mood

This is how Lancashire looked in 1992

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

This week we are looking at 1992. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1992

Preston's dockland helped the town grow into a thriving centre of trade and it became a bustling port once again as scores of ocean-going vessels and river craft plied the water for the Guild Riversway Festival
Preston's dockland helped the town grow into a thriving centre of trade and it became a bustling port once again as scores of ocean-going vessels and river craft plied the water for the Guild Riversway Festival
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Party spirit united the people of Preston as families took to the streets to celebrate the Guild in style. Thousands of friends and neighbours poured from their homes for an avalanche of colourful street parties which combined a sense of civic pride with Preston folk's love of a good old knees-up. Pictured above are residents of Brooklands
Party spirit united the people of Preston as families took to the streets to celebrate the Guild in style. Thousands of friends and neighbours poured from their homes for an avalanche of colourful street parties which combined a sense of civic pride with Preston folk's love of a good old knees-up. Pictured above are residents of Brooklands
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Volunteers put their backs into fund-raising and took a fire engine through the streets of Leyland the hard way to bring in cash for the Magic Million appeal. Members of the Chorley Province of the Royal Anti-Diluvian Order of Buffaloes have chosen the Lancashire Evening Post appeal as their main charity for the year
Volunteers put their backs into fund-raising and took a fire engine through the streets of Leyland the hard way to bring in cash for the Magic Million appeal. Members of the Chorley Province of the Royal Anti-Diluvian Order of Buffaloes have chosen the Lancashire Evening Post appeal as their main charity for the year
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A charity group is set to bring South Pacific to Carnforth. Everything from learning the songs to making the costumes for the hit musical has been done in less than a week. Members of the Phab group, which aims to promote integration between disabled and able-bodied people, are to stage two performances of the show at Borwick Hall, Carnforth
A charity group is set to bring South Pacific to Carnforth. Everything from learning the songs to making the costumes for the hit musical has been done in less than a week. Members of the Phab group, which aims to promote integration between disabled and able-bodied people, are to stage two performances of the show at Borwick Hall, Carnforth
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