Eddie Codel, the founder of the Flying Robot International Film Festival, got this awesome drone footage of the Pacific Pinball Museum Annex in Alameda, California. The astonishing footage shows countless pinball machines either being cataloged, photographed, and/or repaired for future use when the museum reopens to the public again, I am a fan of pinball machines and this looks like a perfect spot for me, with a lot of history and nostalgia, check out the video below.
These thousands of pinball machines are constantly being worked on, catalogued, photographed & some will live at the PPM in downtown Alameda. In the not so distant future, the museum will reopen and you will be able to play them again. That day can’t come soon enough! pic.twitter.com/5GFSLDoC13
— Eddie Codel (@ekai) March 25, 2021
I should mention that the @PacificPinball Museum is a 501c3 non-profit that relies on donations to further their mission. If you're feeling generous, you can help by making a tax-deductible donation here. https://t.co/oygTalu5Qg
— Eddie Codel (@ekai) March 29, 2021