Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Accrington Collection

Accrington, a town nestled in the heart of Lancashire, holds a rich history and vibrant present

Background image
Accrington Collection: Accrington Stanley FC football team 1936
Background image
Accrington Collection: Accrington Stanley. No more football inside the ground so three youngsters play outside
Background image
Accrington Collection: Blackburn Road, Accrington, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: The old and new forms of Accringtons Trams
Background image
Accrington Collection: Opening of Accrington to Oswaldtwistle Tramway, Accrington
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Mercer Memorial, Great Harwood, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Town from Queen Victoria Jubilee Tower, Darwen, Lancashi
Background image
Accrington Collection: Market Hall, Accrington, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Multiview, Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Making Cricket Bats
Background image
Accrington Collection: Multiview, Great Harwood, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Hyndburn Bridge, Hynburn, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Miner at work within the Great Harwood Colliery
Background image
Accrington Collection: Crown Ground Stadium - Accrington Stanley FC
Background image
Accrington Collection: Dunkenhalgh Hall, near Accrington, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Dunkenhaigh Hall, Clayton-le-Moors, near Accrington, Lancs
Background image
Accrington Collection: Public arms: Stockbridge; Ely; Accrington; Devizes; Romney (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: Black Abbey Street, 1893 (oil on canvas)
Background image
Accrington Collection: East Lancashire Railway (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: Mr Robert Trotter Hermon-Hodge (colour litho)
Background image
Accrington Collection: Members of the New Parliament (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: Mr J F Leese, MP for Accrington (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: Schoolhouse at Accrington, where Nine Children were burnt to death (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Fatal Colliery Explosion at Accrington (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Peel Institution, Accrington (engraving)
Background image
Accrington Collection: A workman smoothing the surface of the slate bed of a billiard table at a factory in
Background image
Accrington Collection: Hyndburn BB5 1 Map
Background image
Accrington Collection: Broad Oak Works, Accrington, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Coe, Clitheroe, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Sagars Steam Wagon, Clitheroe, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Village, Stanhill, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Oak Hill Park, Accrington, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: The Cannons, Oak Hill Park, Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: Wilkinson Manufacturing Co knitting wools for WW1 comforts
Background image
Accrington Collection: Robert T. Hermon-Hodge, Vanity Fair, Spy
Background image
Accrington Collection: Cotton riots in lancashire, uk, 1. A Detachment of the 15th Foot led by a Magistrate
Background image
Accrington Collection: Colliery explosion near Accrington, North Lancashire, England, November 1883. Of the 110 men
Background image
Accrington Collection: Cotton Riots In Lancashire
Background image
Accrington Collection: SNOWY PARK


All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping

Accrington, a town nestled in the heart of Lancashire, holds a rich history and vibrant present. From its bustling streets on Blackburn Road to the old and new forms of Accrington's trams, this town has seen it all. In 1936, Accrington Stanley FC football team made their mark on the sporting world. Their passion for the game ignited the hearts of locals and left an indelible legacy that still resonates today. The opening to Oswaldtwistle Tramway brought convenience and connectivity to residents, making commuting a breeze. The Market Hall stands as a testament to Accrington's thriving commercial hub, where locals gather to exchange goods and stories. Venturing beyond Accrington's borders lies Great Harwood with its iconic Mercer Memorial. This monument pays homage to those who have shaped the community and serves as a reminder of their enduring impact. Accrington Stanley may no longer play football inside their ground, but that doesn't dampen the spirit of three youngsters playing outside. Their enthusiasm echoes through every kick they take, embodying the love for sport that runs deep within this town. Not just known for football prowess, it also boasts skilled craftsmen who excel in making cricket bats. These artisans pour their expertise into each piece they create, ensuring quality equipment for players near and far. A short journey away lies Multiview in Great Harwood—a picturesque spot offering breathtaking views that capture Lancashire's natural beauty. Hyndburn Bridge connects communities across Hynburn while symbolizing unity among neighbors. For panoramic vistas encompassing both past and present glory, Queen Victoria Jubilee Tower in Darwen provides an unparalleled perspective on Accrington's evolving landscape throughout history. Finally, Crown Ground Stadium proudly hosts matches played by none other than Accrington Stanley FC—where dreams are chased with unwavering determination under floodlights illuminating hopes for victory.