Around 450 people took part in a canal heritage weekend featuring vintage cars and a 62ft canal boat.
The ‘clogs, cotton, coal and chemicals’ themed family event was held at the Masonic Hall and Leeds Liverpool Canal in Clayton-le-Moors over three-days.
Around 200 pupils from Mount Pleasant primary school visited the traditional canal boat called the Kennet which has been transformed into a floating museum.
Other activities included a hawks and owls display and clog dancing from the Rossendale Cloggers.
The event was organised by the Hyndburn Heritage and Community Group and featured visits from the Freemasons and new Hyndburn Mayor Munsif Dad.
Chairman Tracy Simmonds said: “I’d like to thank everybody who came along.
“Unfortunately the weather wasn’t on our side but everyone had a great time.”