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Classic Jukeboxes Facebook Page. Click Here This is a Facebook group dedicated to all things that are Classic Jukebox, a place to also buy and sell parts and complete Boxes
Lytham Heritage Facebook Group. Click Here This is a Facebook group for the Lytham Heritage Group, "Preserving and Promoting the History and Heritage of the Ancient Parish of Lytham" Lytham Heritage Group was established in 1987 to preserve and promote the history and heritage of the Ancient Parish of Lytham, which includes Lytham, Saltcotes, Ansdell, Fairhaven, Heyhouses, Kilgrimol and St Anne’s. The Group with its large and active membership, regularly presents exhibitions and speakers. It also has wide ranging facilities including the Heritage Centre for exhibitions, the Archive Centre, and the Windmill Museum.
The Jukebox Man Facebook Page. Click Here and Website Click Here This is the Facebook Page for The Jukebox Man Facebook and website, The Jukebox Man is Geoff Young, who has a Lincoln UK company restoring Vintage Jukeboxes and specialises in Valve Amplifier restoration and repair, Repairs and Spares for Vintage jukeboxes. On-line shop for jukebox parts. House calls and workshop repairs - Ditchburn valve amplifier specialist.
The History of Blackpool Facebook Group. Click Here This is a Facebook group for the History of Blackpool. An archive of this amazing town's history and people, with a large selection of photos of days gone by, in and around the surrounding areas.
St Anne’s on sea, Lancashire. Facebook Group. Click Here This is a group for the people who grew up in St Anne’s on sea, It is a traditional seaside resort to the north of Lytham and with its Victorian Porritt buildings, a Pier, Bandstand, Promenade Gardens and of course donkeys rides which are still main attractions for family holidays in summer.
The Jukebox World website. Click Here This is one of the most comprehensive Jukebox websites on the Internet, not only do they have forums, online shop, classifieds, and a serial number database of many jukeboxes, they also have a comprehensive Ditchburn section including the German Tonomat Jukeboxes that was part of the Ditchburn range after 1956, please visit them and support their website.
The website. Click Here Specializing in new and used jukebox spare parts, Visit our online shop to see a wide variety of spare parts & service manuals for many makes of jukebox. website. Click Here A website in German for information on Retro shows and Jukebox information and History We invite you to linger, to remember or simply to gather information about jukeboxes. Find out about the club and its goals. please visit them and support their website.
TONOMAT, DITCHBURN, TELEMATIC, MUSIC MAKER 200 Facebook Group Click Here A Facebook page dealing with the later era of Ditchburn including the imported German Tonomat Telematic Machines.
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Terra Technica. The Time Travel Museum Click Here The first Pinball machines and Jukeboxes, the largest Pinball machine and the most expensive or the rarest Jukeboxes ...all these famous collectibles, you can see all at the Time Travel Journey Museum Terra Technica. See the worlds largest Collection with mechanical, electrical and electronic Jukeboxes ,Pinball machines , Arcade Games from throughout the decades. spanning over 8.500 sqm view over 600 Jukeboxes, 200 Pinball machines and 500 Video game Classics.
The website. Click Here John Crompton started his life as a jukebox engineer with Ditchburn Equipment Ltd. back in 1964, quickly becoming area service manager for the midlands. Learning his trade on Ditchburn’s own Simplex and Tonomat mechanism Music Maker machines alongside the imported Seeburg and Wurlitzers of the 1950’s and 60’s, John soon gained invaluable knowledge of the repair and service of jukeboxes. In 1970 he started his own operating company supplying local pubs, clubs and businesses with all kinds of coin operated equipment and in the 1980’s saw an increased interest in the obsolete stock of jukeboxes that he was replacing on site. This led to supplying some early jukebox dealers and starting his own restoration company. From that The Jukebox Shop grew into what we have today. Web site Click Here This is a forum and group of coin-op collectors dedicated to all things that are coin operated,