British Slot Machine Websites
British Amusement Caterers Trade Association
All about the products and history of this quirky British jukebox manufacturer
Chronicling all the machines made by this Weston-Super-Mare based company between 1964 to 1981.
Bryans Penny Arcade
Information-packed area dedicated to Bryans Machine Works products. Plenty of pictures and technical details.
Online history of Ditchburn Equipment Ltd of Lytham St Anne’s, Lancashire, one of the first manufacturers of Jukeboxes in the UK.
Jukebox & Retro Fair
Website of the Jukebox & Retro Fair, with details of past and forthcoming events
Long established jukebox shop specializing in the importation and in-house restoration of vintage jukeboxes. 14 High Street, Lye, West Midlands, DY9 8JT.
My Dad’s Toys
My Dad's Toys includes a collection of British arcade games
The Coin Operated Machine Information Site.
Dedicated to all slot machines as seen in British Penny Arcades, Piers etc. pre decimalisation.
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Pinball News keeps the pinball flame burning and should be your first UK port of call for all things pinball.
Archive of the now defunct Pinball Owners Association British magazines, Pinball Player & Pinball Wizard.
Home Leisure Direct
Home Leisure Direct, an award winning games room retailer based just outside the center of Bristol. With market leading prices HLD offers a diverse range of products such as pool tables, arcade machines, pinball machines, table tennis, football tables, jukeboxes, air hockey, shuffleboard and finally memorabilia which are vital in creating that ultimate games room experience. Home Leisure are experts in assisting your decision providing you with all you need to know before you make a purchase, with their very own games room designer software & buying advice your in very good hands if you're looking to introduce a new games table into your life.
Beautifully crafted Allwin reproduction penny machines. Retro-Arcade machines are made in UK with care and deference to the specifications and proportions of the original 1900's machines. There are many retro designs on offer with the facility to make a game to your own design or add your name or logo.
Dedicated to collecting and restoration of antique penny arcade machines