When we asked, on Facebook, 'what was the best nightclub ever in Scarborough?' you responded in your hundreds, with shout-outs for almost 50 venues! Despite the numbers on the captions (put there by our software) the winner is revealed, in time-honoured fashion, at the end ... but enjoy the photos and captions to get there, too.
1. Nights to remember
The building at the Westborough end of Aberdeen Walk has been home to several clubs. On June 3 1966 Scene One opened its doors there, Scarborough's first discotheque and one of the first in the UK. The photo shows it that year.
2. Nights to remember
Owner Malcolm Stephenson recalled to The Scarborough News: “It (Scene One) was so new that people didn’t even know how to pronounce the word discotheque. It was the first time clubs had been set up that played recorded music non-stop for people to dance to."
Another favourite of yours on the site was Club XS, pictured, and its infamous foam parties. After six years as Toffs, it opened as Club XS in November 1996.
3. Nights to remember
On the floor above Scene One, Scene Two opened on July 12 1968, and hosted the top bands of the time, ranging from Status Quo to Freddie and the Dreamers. Pictured is the last occupant at that site before closure, Mansion.
4. Nights to remember
Another occupant of the Aberdeen Walk site was Tiffany's, with Bali Hai below it. In 1972 Scene One and Two were sold to the Mecca group, operators of Tiffany's clubs around the world. Ten years later they were bought back by original owner Malcolm Stephenson - reopening as Scene One and Scene Two again.