Sega Park Glasgow
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|Sega Park Glasgow|
|Location: Hollywood Bowl, Cranston Street, Finnieston, Glasgow, United Kingdom|
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The Sega Park in Glasgow, United Kingdom was an indoor Sega Park video arcade situated inside a Hollywood Bowl bowling alley in Finnieston, Glasgow.
Little is known about this particular Sega Park, and is thought to have only existed for about two years before being closed down. The alley later became an AMF Bowling before closing in 2006, when it relocated to Springfield Quay (it has since reverted to the Hollywood Bowl name). The building has since been demolished, and is now a car park for the SkyPark development on Elliot Street.
A different Hollywood Bowl exists nearby in Coatbridge.
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