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Chief, 1939

Features: Spring Bumpers (12), Kick-out holes (2). Captive ball in lower left playfield. Game measures 22 inches wide, 47 inches long, and stands about 63 inches high, on legs.
Manufacturer: Exhibit Supply Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1932-1957) [Trade Name: ESCO]
Date of Manufacture: January, 1939
Players: January, 1939 / 1
Year: 1939
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Theme: Travel - Railroad
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway operated passenger trains from 1864 to 1995. Of their train names that included the word "Chief", all terminated their routes in Chicago, Illinois, at Dearborn Station. Two of these trains were in operation in January 1939 when this pinball machine was made: The Chief and Super Chief both ran between Chicago and Los Angeles.
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