The scarves remain but some of the other accessories Watford fans wore to matches has changed as these pictures from the early 1960s demonstrate.

Thanks to the Watford Treasury, you can scroll through this page and enjoy some more crowd images from an era of rosettes, rattles and an array of hats as Watford fans turned out to support Ron Burgess' side.

We are also delighted to show another two colourised images, including one from an FA Cup trip to face a very rare opponent in Romford.

Read more: When more than 30,000 watched Watford knock Birmingham out of the FA Cup

Burgess' side made the short trip to East London in November 1961 for a second round tie and returned home with a 3-1 victory, but their cup run that season was to end with a 3-2 defeat at Preston North End in the next round

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The yellow and black of Watford's kit is bought to life in this colourised image

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The 'Hornets of Watford': A group of fans at the Romford tie

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Rattles being waved during the FA Cup win in East London