A Church harvest queen was snapped by Garth Dawson in 1975.
Garth said: “In the picture is the Green Haworth Harvest Queen and her retinue with Councillor Pearson doing the honours in 1975.
“The church is now closed but the building is still standing proud at the top of the hill.”
Another photograph shows members of the Holy Family's netball team in 1975. Garth said they were the winners of a competition that year.
The former Oak Street Congregational Church is also pictured in 1965.
Garth said: “This was situated opposite the job centre and is now a car park.
“It was a very attractive and well-attended church until it closed.”
Cast members in the show South Pacific are also shown, as Accrington Amateur Operatics Society performed the musical in 1965.
Garth said: “Pictured are members of the cast and in the centre is Dorothy Nichols who played Bloody Mary.”
Whalley Road in Accrington, taken in 1930, is also shown.
Garth said: “The Castle Hotel is seen on the left and the road has tram lines running up the centre.”
Another picture was taken in 1978 and shows members of Accrington Camera Club.
Garth said: “It was a presentation to Stephen Riley, the winner of the Walton Shield.
“The picture also shows Councillor Tom Grant, Jean Emmett, Mayor Doris Grant and club official Harry Emmett.”