IN PICTURES: Look back through the Times archive

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

Tuesday, 21st May 2019, 12:14 pm
Wendy Austin, Dr Colin Boreham and Laura Quinn, the NI Chest Heart and Stroke appeals coordinator for Armagh celebrate the annual Have a Heart Appeal in 1993
Wendy Austin, Dr Colin Boreham and Laura Quinn, the NI Chest Heart and Stroke appeals coordinator for Armagh celebrate the annual Have a Heart Appeal in 1993

If you have any old photographs that you would like to share with our readers, we would love to hear from you.

Millington Primary School presented £1000 to teacher Mr Jim Wilson, the proceeds of a sponsored skip in 1992. Pictured are Victoria Smith., David Ruddell, Gavin Whitten, Ruth McNally, Philip Anderson, Mrs Helen Hampton and Mr Wilson
PIctured (Left) Mr Aubrey McCrory and (Right) Mr Errol McCrory at 1st Portadown BB Company, Thomas Street Methodist Church in 1961. Thank you to Mr Errol McCrory for sending in the photograph
At the opening of the new Armagh branch of the Bank of Ireland in 1993 were Mr Paddy Reid, Willie McAvera, Pat Brannigan, Paddy Murphy, and Hugh McAlinney
Environmental health officer Suzanne Wylie and Karen McAuley with Stewart's supermarket staff who completed their Intermediate Food Hygiene exam in 1993 - Trevor Crawford, Heather Wilson, Jim Bell and Trevor Kennedy
Enjoying a family day out in 1993 were Naomi Livingstone and her grandfather Albert White
Winners of the Northern Ireland Electricity draw in 1992 were Michael Murphy, Dawn Moffett, George Thomas, Jeanette Livingstone, and Marion Allen. Also pictured are Garfield Hyde, Portadown branch manager and Lyla O'Hare, assistant manager
St Mary's Youth Club's under-13s, winners of the league and cup double in 1993
Some of the main prizewinners at the Tandragee Captain's Day of Alan Hewitt (front centre) in 1993