IN PICTURES: Times gone by in Derry

Members of the Christian Brothers Past Pupils Choir who appeared in concert at St Columbs College.

Members of the Christian Brothers Past Pupils Choir who appeared in concert at St Columbs College.

We’ve delved into the Derry Journal archive to take a walk down memory lane.

Were you a member of the Christian Brothers’ Past Pupils’ Choir which appeared in concert at St Columb’s College in 1992? Do you remember Derry City’s FAI Cup tie with Sligo Rovers 25 years ago? Were you part of the St Joseph’s Boys’ School, Derry, intermediate, junior and minor cross-country teams which qualified for the Ulster Schools’ finals at Mallusk?

Dann Carr acting the clown with young Lee Grumley, Glenview Avenue, at the the Magee Rag Week fun day at Guildhall Square.

Dann Carr acting the clown with young Lee Grumley, Glenview Avenue, at the the Magee Rag Week fun day at Guildhall Square.

Sligo Rovers keeper Nick Brujos gathers the ball at the feet of Derry Citys Paul Carlyle during the sides FAI Cup tie at the Sligo Showgrounds.  The game ended 1-1.

Sligo Rovers keeper Nick Brujos gathers the ball at the feet of Derry Citys Paul Carlyle during the sides FAI Cup tie at the Sligo Showgrounds. The game ended 1-1.

The St Josephs Boys School, Derry, intermediate, junior and minor cross-country teams which qualified for the Ulster Schools finals at Mallusk. On right is Paul Devlin, captain of the junior team which won the District Schools Championship at Coleraine.

The St Josephs Boys School, Derry, intermediate, junior and minor cross-country teams which qualified for the Ulster Schools finals at Mallusk. On right is Paul Devlin, captain of the junior team which won the District Schools Championship at Coleraine.

Enjoying the Templemore Secondary School annual formal are, seated, from left, Estelle Burder, Julieann Campbell, Julie Lynch, Julia Kee and Ashley MacFarland. At back are Adrian Kelly, Conor McMonagle, Alan Thompson, John Louden and Richard Brown.

Enjoying the Templemore Secondary School annual formal are, seated, from left, Estelle Burder, Julieann Campbell, Julie Lynch, Julia Kee and Ashley MacFarland. At back are Adrian Kelly, Conor McMonagle, Alan Thompson, John Louden and Richard Brown.