This is how Lancashire looked in 1973

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 4th April 2019, 2:29 pm
Updated Thursday, 4th April 2019, 2:34 pm
A Preston school folk group is to be featured in a Sunday service from the Achille Ratti Climbing Club in the Lake District, which is to be recorded by the BBC. The group from St John Southworth School are getting quite used to recording sessions, for they have already played in the Home service programme "Music Club" which went out in March

This week we are looking at 1973. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1973

Shoppers to Preston's Lancastria Co-op have enjoyed an eye-catching bonus - more than 150 pictures hanging in the store on the theme of "Mum does many things for me." Pictured are Evening Post studio manager Ken Wignall talking to two of the artists, five-year-old Helen Peplow, of Regent Drive, Fulwood and Marie Windle, 10, of Fir Trees Place, Ribbleton
Pupils at Goosnargh CE school taking part in a hush-in
Schoolchildren from the Preston area have declared war on each other. And concentration and tactics are their weapons. The 160 pupils from primary and secondary schools are fighting a battle of wits in a three-day chess congress at Winckley Square Convent School for the Lancashire Evevning Post perpetual trophy
These fresh air enthusiasts were taking part in the annual sponsored 10-mile walk around the town for the Preston and District Hospital Welfare Society.
These youths were taking part in a pageant at Blackpool's ice rink
For two Lancashire "sportsmen" Good Friday 1973 will long be remembered as the day they reached the peak of athletic achievement in their chosen event - pram racing. The 12 months of gruelling training for their special event in pubs and on country lanes came to a climax in a magnificent 15 minutes for 37-year-old Malcom Winn and 35-year-old "baby" Ian McCooey
The traditional Easter Monday egg rolling is being enjoyed by this family on Avenham Park in Preston