Great Harwood became a corner of Scotland when it starred in a popular TV drama.
Signs saying ‘Welcome to Scotland’ were put up as a TV crew filmed scenes on Blackburn Old Road for the BBC1 show Waterloo Road.
Until recently the school-based drama has been filmed on set in Rochdale but is due to move north of the border for future series.
Bosses chose Great Harwood to stand in for Scotland until production is moved to Inverclyde near Glasgow.
Ward councillor Lynn Wilson said: "It’s quite flattering that our countryside around here is beautiful enough for them to come and film here - and put up ‘Welcome to Scotland’ signs.
"But of course, although it's very beautiful around here, it is still Lancashire, not Scotland.
"It was commented on that the road had been closed, although I personally didn’t have many representations from people about it."
Blackburn Old Road was closed from Monday to Tuesday while the filming was taking place.
Ward councillor Gareth Molineaux said: "It is good in that it has meant bringing in some extra business into Great Harwood, although it would have been helpful if the residents had been told sooner that the road would be closed.
"I first noticed it when I drove home from work on Monday, October 24 and we could have been told a bit sooner."
Shed Productions chief executive Eileen Gallagher, who produces the show, said: "We have outgrown our present site and we couldn't resist the BBC offer to take the show to Scotland."
The move is part of BBC’s aim to increase network programming from Scotland and the other nations of the UK.