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How was your Amusement Arcade in the 70 and 80´s ? let's post the pictures here…


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#254 8 months ago
Quoted from mwsmith:

If anyone from York Pa has any photos of Funcade at the old Delco Plaza late 70s to early 80s please post them. I've been kicking myself for not thinking to take pictures back in the day.

My dad had an extended stay at a hotel in York back in the 70s... where we visited him a few times... I remember the hotel had a Spin a Card pin, and the bowling alley next door had a GTB Wild Life pin... I don’t remember the name of the hotel but it had a great outdoor pool!!!

#255 8 months ago
Quoted from Straight_Shooter:

The Armstrong vinyl asbestos floor tiles were installed in 1975. A lot of the wear came from Gottlieb electro mechanical pins. Many proto types were tested right there in the late 70s.

The Armstrong plant in Spookynook PA that produced the linoleum flood tiles in that photo is now a Sports Center and host of Boys AAU basketball events... also a practice facility for women’s AAU soccer... its huge... there are about 50 basketball courts, along with a restaurant, sports shop, gym, and many other practice rooms over acres of space; great reuse of an old factory.

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