Former regulars at the famous 051 nightclub have shared their photos with the ECHO - and their images capture the club's glory days.
So many clubs, bars and pubs have left their mark on Liverpool over the years, contributing to the city's status as a cultural and musical hub.
But few clubs will evoke as much feeling, or as many good memories, as the 051.
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These images from the 1990s and early 2000s will give readers a blast from the past, showing the 051 club at its peak.
The pictures show the packed dance floor, with clubbers throwing shapes and revelling in the incredible atmosphere.
You can also spot some of the signature fashions that were prevalent during the 1990s and 2000s.
Baggy jeans, oversized t-shirts, dreadlocks, maxi dresses, crop tops,bucket hats, and bralets are all the rage in this gallery.
Some readers who frequented the 051 might even be able to spot themselves in the crowd shots, either on the dancefloor or chilling on the balcony.
Can you spot yourself in our amazing 051 gallery? Take a look:
Some of the most iconic images show DJs Lee Butler and Dave Graham on the decks, or posing during promotional shoots.
Anther image shows Icon club night co-director Dan Syrett wearing a top hat and serving a tray of iced fruit to clubbers back in 1992.
Situated at the corner of Brownlow Hill and Mount Pleasant, the 051 grew into one of the iconic Liverpool club nights of the 1990s and early 2000s.
With a capacity for 2,000 clubbers, the venue now stands empty.
With resident Dave Graham emerging as one of the defining tastemakers at the club, it was the arrival of Lee Butler, who’d made his name DJing at The State, which ushered in a new phase at the venue.
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It was the appeal of these local resident DJs that would draw in some of the most loyal crowds in the North West.
The 051 closed in 2005 - but Lee Butler was recently given a rare look inside the club and recorded some incredible footage of what it looks like today.
We want to hear your 051 memories. What was the best club night at the the 051? What do you remember from inside the club? Do you have any pictures from your nights out there? Let us know in the comments.
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