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Station Break

Number of Locations 5

Description

Station Break was in an arcade chain owned by the Mall Management Division of Edison Brothers Inc., who reportedly also had some ownership in Space Port. Not a lot of information is known about Station Break in terms of when it was founded, how many locations it operated, or how many years it was active. What is known is that Station Break was featured in a Life magazine cover story from 1982, and that the locations were US-based. Some known locations operated in Illinois (1), New York (3), North Carolina (1), Ohio (2), and Washington, D.C.

Locations

Name Location State Country Check-ins Details
Station Break - GREECE TOWNE MALL RIDGE RD. W., Rochester New York United States 0 Arcade (Classic Videogame)
Station Break 811 West Lincoln Highway, DeKalb Illinois United States 0 Arcade (Classic Videogame)
Station Break 509 Race St., Cincinnatti Ohio United States 0 Arcade (Classic Videogame)
Station Break Penn Station, New York New York United States 0 Arcade (Classic Videogame)
Station Break Greece Town Mall, Greece New York United States 0 Arcade (Classic Videogame)