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This looks like Our Place, that was on Park St in Adams, in the late 70's.

Can you name any of the people?
John Giorgi (tall thin guy, white shirt, standing by pinball machines)

Can you name the location?
"Pinball Wizard", Curran Hwy, North Adams

Just by the shape of the room it looks like the old "Leprechaun" lounge, (note the back corner, that is where the small dining room was)

A big difference than the old "Little's" pool hall on main street in North Adams during the 40s and 50s.

No doubt this is quite a place and surely modern. There was no place like Littles poolroom as far as character and commoradery. amore people learned how to play pool and play fair than at Littles. One never felt out of place or not welcomed there. DeVer, his son and DeVers sons Don and Jim were among the best in the area. Donb had a poolroom in Blackington and Jim was the founder of Littles Pharmacy. A good poolroom can build character.

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