A popular music group are shown in this week’s top picture.
They were snapped by former Observer photographer Garth Dawson in the 1960s.
Garth said: “They were a very popular beat group in the 1960s called The Warriors.
“They were made up of all local lads.”
Our next picture was taken in the 1950s and shows part of the Accrington railway viaduct from the bottom of Union Street.
Garth said: “The chimneys of the old electricity works can be seen and the building in front of the chimneys was the old corn mill on Hyndburn Road.”
Our final photograph this week shows Abbey Street in Accrington at the start of the 20th century.
Garth said: “The building on the right was eventually demolished to make way for Broadway. The shops are immediately opposite Burnley Road.
“No doubt many readers will remember J Haworth the piano shop.”
Do you remember The Warriors performing or the old streets of Accrington?
Why not let us know and send us your memories for our letters page?
We want to publish your old pictures. They can be from any era up to the 1990s. Please bring them to our Market Hall office or email them to email@example.com and tell us why they are important to you.
Contact Garth at firstname.lastname@example.org.