Tuesday, 5 May 2009

Pinball wizzard in Ramsgate

The UK's first pinball museum opens in Addington Street, Ramsgate this month. Yourthanet went to investigate and met owner Peter Heath and his wife Diane, here is their vidio about it.

2 comments:

  1. Gerry from Dunstable (Beds).May 06, 2009 7:07 pm

    Fantastic, realy pleased to see something positive happening for pinball. I am a new owner and this will be a great opertunity to see a variety of tables. I will be round for a good days entertainment later in the year.

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  2. Gerry. There's STACKS of positive stuff happening for pinball in the UK. This year we've got the European Pinball Championships as part of the UK Pinball Show and also the WORLD Championships a week later! Plus an open weekend next Bank Holiday not far from you near Chesham, Bucks (google "Monster Meet")

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