A set of security bollards
is the star attraction at an art exhibition honouring the famous Hacienda night club in Manchester.
The north-west city's most famous night spot has been recreated at London's Victoria and Albert museum with the dance floor, striped girders and the bollards all featured in the design exhibition.
It is part of the museum's British Design 1948-2012 show which is highlighting the fashion traits of the UK in a build-up to the London Olympic Games, set to get underway in July.
The director of Victoria and Albert, Martin Roth, has described the exhibition as showing the best of British "innovation, taste and creativity". The rundown feel of the club made it popular for many on the "Madchester" scene.
During its tenure, The Hacienda played host to a number of high-profile acts such as New Order, Madonna, The Smiths and Oasis. The club was closed in 1997 following a drug-related death and was subsequently demolished in 2002.
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