There were another series of them just to the right of the main entrance. I hardly saw them. Just to the left was a Grandma machine, and I always headed right for it. Put in your coin and grandma would start moving. Her hand would drift over a line of cards. She would look from left to right until that magic moment when she selected a card and sent it down a chute to you. The card was printed with your fortune.
At this arcade, they had the gypsy grandma. She looked more like this:
Just across from grandma was a row of kinetoscope machines (which used a celluloid loop) and the kind with flipping cards - I can't remember what they were called! Grrrr.
Just around the corner were a couple of fan photo type machines. You'd put in your coin and a card with a picture postcard of a movie star would emerge. I still have a couple.
Of course all that is gone now. The entertainment technology of a simpler age.
I've been having problems with blogger this evening. I know it's only Mercury Retrograde at work, but well, you know. Later.