A York business has closed its doors just months after opening.
The Old Penny Lane Family Entertainment Centre only opened on Feasegate in on Easter Monday.
It had taken over a long empty unit last used by bookshop New Stories and before that CMD Womenswear.
The owner of the arcade, Bob Hanley, has told the York Press that he is looking for a new venue in the city centre to reopen the museum.
As we reported when it opened in April, Old Penny Lane was a museum of old arcade machines.
It was home to a collection of the vintage machines which were often seen at the seaside in years gone by.
On show was everything from fortune teller machines to a Grand National race.
There was even one saucy one called ‘Oh Boy’, featuring a woman wearing a bathing suit and promising ‘Real Moving Pictures’ – for one old penny only!
Families were encouraged to play on the games.
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