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Following is a list of pins in amusement centres throughout the Central London area.

Piccadilly Circus Area

*Funland--in the Trocadero

Nearest Underground station Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly/Bakerloo Line)
In the Basement:
(Games are 3 for one pound) --Scared Stiff
--NBA Fastbreak
--Strikes and Spares (the Gottlieb bowling machine)

In the bar:
Viper
X-Files (2)
Star Wars Trilogy
Twister



*Segaworld (Free entry)

Nearest Underground station Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly/Bakerloo Line)

Following a takeover by the Funland owners, pinball is back and working...
Upstairs near the entry:
Star Wars: Episode One
Revenge from Mars
Harley Davidson
Viper
Lost World
Star Wars Trilogy
South Park





Other Central London Area Places

*The Casino

Nearest Underground station Goodge Street (Northern Line)
+All pins here are on a 3 games for a one pound coin pricing scheme+
--Monopoly
--South Park
--Austin Powers
--The Addam's Family GOLD (reportedly in poor condition)

Notes: This place is a beta site for Stern.



*Namco, next to the London Aquarium under the Houses of Parliament

Nearest Underground station Westminster (District Line)

Medeival Madness



*Play To Win, Oxford Street

Nearest Underground station Tottenham Court Road (Central/Northern Line)
According to latest reports, P2W Oxford St. has sold off their 4 pins and now have none... Is this a trend for Play 2 Win? Please keep me up to date.




*Play To Win, Old Compton Street

Nearest Underground station Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly/Bakerloo Line) or Leicester Square (Northern/Piccadilly Line)
--Revenge From Mars
--South Park
--Star Wars: Episode One
--Harley Davidson





*Leisure Center

Nearest Underground station Victoria (Victoria/District Line)
--Scared Stiff/fine/50p
Notes: the pins are downstairs w/ the games and pool tables. I do not recommend going here alone. It's not a dangerous area, but I had a bad experience being downstairs alone. Just don't.



*GameGrid, Between Victoria Tube and Victoria Coach Station
It's on the edge of some fancy looking shopping center you'll pass
Nearest Underground station Victoria (Victoria/District Line)

NOTE: GameGrid has closed. Permanently as far as I can tell. This note will be kept here temporarily to make people aware and avoid making a trip for nothing as I did.


Have I missed any?? If you know of a Central London area pinball establishment that I haven't listed here, please send me some e-mail and let me know! Also, if you have ANY additions, corrections, or comments about any place listed here, or about this site, click and send me some mail! Use Webmaster at this domain dot com to send mail



Contributors:
Martin Ayub (mayub -at- cix.co.uk)
Dick Balaska (dick -at- bucksoft.com)
Jim Christie (Jim_Christie -at- FrameStore.CCMAIL.CompuServe.COM)
Stu Charman (stuart.charman -at- virgin.net)
Peter Clare (pclare -at- crl.co.uk)
Daniel Lewington (daniel.lewington -at- gb.swissbank.com)
Andrew Vevers (a.m.vevers -at- hud.ac.uk)
I'll add the name of all contributors here... If you mail me info. and *don't* want credit here, please tell me.
This page was created on: 5 November 1996
Updated infrequently... last was an overhaul of the Casino's lineup on 21 January, 2002

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Pinball in Central London, England