This is how Lancashire looked in 1992

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Thursday, 10th January 2019, 12:57 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 1:04 pm
These music students look pretty unhappy - but does anyone know why?

This week we are looking at 1992. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1992

Youngsters from Carr Hill High School, Kirkham, put their best feet forward in a stage production of Puss in Boots
Cowboy Joe dropped in to a Lancashire library to sing songs and entertain the children
Children from Ingol Pool House School, Preston, have won a top trophy for safe cyclists. The school, on Kidsgrove, Tanterton, Ingol, was awarded the Jack Heatley cycling trophy for the best overall results in 1991. Pictured above: Left to right, Coun Jack Heatley, Lindsay Craig, Glen Hillage and Mr Ken Chapman
Dancers at Lancaster University stepped into the past to take their bows for a day of court dancing. The day was a mix of manners and minuets which brought a Renaissance flavour to the university's Minor Hall
When Scout leader Barry Gibson spent some time recovering from a back injury in Royal Preston Hospital he decided to do something to repay the staff. With help from his scouting colleague he managed to raise 800 for the orthopaedic ward at RPH. Pictured above is consultant James Faux (left), receiving one of the syringe drivers bought with the money, from Mr Gibson
More than 600 Preston swimmers took the plunge to raise cash for the Olympics. Swimmers young and old waded in to make more than 6,000 for the British Olympic Association. Picture shows Olympic silver medalist Nick Gillingham giving medals to three young swimmers. From left are Mairi McGilveray, two, Jason Watson, three, and Hugh McGilveray, four
Industrious pupils at Chorley's Southlands High School have been showing off their talents at an industry day held at the Clover Road school. Pupils (from left), Linda Perryn, 15, Daron Pickstock, 15, and Nicola Smith, 14, with products they made during their industry project