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Working models at the Museé Mécanique at Fishermans

Postby treefrog » Fri Oct 28, 2011 5:32 pm

Working models etc., at the Museé Mécanique at Fishermans Wharf in San Franscisco.


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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby loramarsden » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:33 am

happy new year everyone! glad to be back.

been off work for 8 weeks thanks to some pretty major surgery (long story) but the good/bad news is im going back to work tomorrow.

so, with it being my last day off, my fella has offered to drive me about to find something fun to do. so yeah, just wondering if anyone can recommend anywhere i can visit today - preferably something along the lines of the stuff on this thread! !PUZZLED!

ideally no further than about 2 hours drive from wigan!

i know its a last minute request but any help much appreciated! :cool:

lora x

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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby slotalot » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:53 am

Hi Lora :D
Happy New Year :cool:
Sorry to hear you have been unwell :cry:
If you want to play the machines, why not have a day at the Candle Workshops, it's not far from you in !THUMBS!
http://www.museumofamusements.co.uk/index.html
It also has Shops and a Cafe, so tell your feller to take lots of cash with him :idea:

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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby loramarsden » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:57 am

slotalot wrote:Hi Lora :D
Happy New Year :cool:
Sorry to hear you have been unwell :cry:
If you want to play the machines, why not have a day at the candle workshops, its not far from you in !THUMBS!
http://www.museumofamusements.co.uk/index.html
It also has Shops and a Cafe, so tell your feller to take lots of cash with him :idea:
ohhh yeah! i went there a couple of summers ago, it was great - though i've gotta say a little smaller than i imagined. but my imagination was bound to run away with me at the prospect of a 'museum' of amusements. i was probably expecting something as big as the v+a!

but yes, thats definately a serious possibility. particularly given as they cater to another big love of mine - joke novelties. AND the guy running the joint at the museum was from wigan - which blew my mind. i had no idea there was more than one of 'us' in wigan!

thankyou x

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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby pennymachines » Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:11 am

Playbox Retro Arcade. Shanklin, Isle of Wight. PO37 6BN


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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby bandito » Sun Mar 18, 2012 11:09 am

thats a great video. thanks for sharing !THANKS!

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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby badpenny » Sun Mar 18, 2012 12:58 pm

Horrendous though to think that the new gambling laws could hit such an arcade so badly that it would end up costing them to operate such machines. Then where will they live ? :cry:

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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby pennymachines » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:52 pm

Another tour of Jerry's Mechanical Memories Museum courtesy of Coin-op:


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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby silverbitz » Wed Apr 11, 2012 11:27 pm

simply stunni **xXx** ng

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Re: Arcades, Museums & Gamerooms

Postby john t peterson » Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:29 am

I concur. Excellent camera work, Coin-op. All too many times, the panning is too quick. We got a good picture of Jerry's pride.

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