Chronicle staff were just some of the Coronation Street fans who have been sharing their memories from the soap’s official tour after the attraction closed for good.
The old Quay Street set welcomed its final visitors on New Year’s Eve and is now facing demolition to make way for the new St John’s Quarter.
Reporter Carmella De Lucia visited early in 2015. She said: "It was great. I just couldn't believe how tiny the rooms were - Gail's living room looks twice the size on the TV!"
Community content curator Sallie Ehlen visited during the summer with her mum Carole Jones, daughter Issy and son Finlay.
She said; "We all really enjoyed it. I particularly liked looking at the wardrobe department and seeing all the wedding dresses from over the years. I think it is a real shame that they are knocking it down."
Flintshire Chronicle content editor Lois York went on the tour as a birthday treat with mum Brenda Bishop.
"It was fantastic and of course I had my picture taking pulling a pint in the Rovers and sitting on the bench outside Audrey's."
Fans on social media are devastated to see the attraction shut down, including Michelle Suzanne, who tweeted: "Biggest mistake ever letting this be bulldozed. Loved visiting and always busy. Total madness letting it go."
She was among dozens of fans who recreated Tina McIntyre's death on the cobbles.
Must be a Michelle thing, eh?
Others dressed up as their favourite Corrie characters for their visit, like Naomi (aka Jack Duckworth) and her pals.
For some long-time fans like Katie Warrington's 80-year-old grandma, it was an emotional experience.
There was a lot of love for the Corrie tour over on Facebook, too.
Janet Wellens wrote: "Only went on the 30th of December, loved it loads. Went years ago when it was the old Granada studio tour, should've stayed. Great tourism for Manchester. End of an era."
Vincent Cooper said: "A really interesting trip this. I liked the actors taking part it made the trip all the better and to see all the props and special effects .. great."
Shirley Woodall added: "A fantastic tourist attraction for Manchester, criminal that it's closed and being bulldozed. I bet there are some regrets about this decision in years to come.."
For some, the tour held treasured family memories.
Andrea McDonald said: "I wanted to go just one more time but cherish the time I did go in 1993 with my late Mother."
Mandy Holgate wrote: "First time here I was with my nan r.i.p then years later back with my own family."
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