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007 Pinball at Louisville Arcade Expo

2013-03-08 - 9700 Bluegrass Parkway, Louisville, KY 40299 - Photo by Pen. The Ramada Plaza just off Hurstbourne Lane is hosting the Louisville Arcade Expo this weekend. Packed into the Conference center are dozens of old arcade games, plus nearly a hundred pinball machines, all set on free play. - Pen. Just wondering? Does anyone still have any of the pinball machines which used give hours of entertainment in misspent youth (and Mayoral, paperboy, businessman, and professional) time? The picture brought to mind days of the line up of machines in the G&M Grill, Bob's Pool Hall, House of Billiards, and E.C. Waggener's Aetna Station at the foot of Town Hill. And of course, the man behind the machines, Tim (?) of Russell Springs, KY, who owned the games. Surely there is a warehouse full of them around here somewhere. - CM
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