The Juke-Boxes
3. The Ditchburn Mk2 Music Maker
Photo Ref: DB076 Courtesy of Freddy Bailey
Photo Ref: DB085 Courtesy of Ronnie Garside
Photo Ref: DB088 Courtesy of Ronnie Garside
Photo Ref: DB089 Courtesy of Ronnie Garside
Photo Ref: DB006 Courtesy of Freddy Bailey
Photo Ref: DB005 Courtesy of Freddy Bailey
Photo Ref: DB205 Courtesy of Tony Holmes
Photo Ref: DB206 Courtesy of Tony Holmes
The Mk2 Machines below were sent to us by Tony Holmes, the left one is in a museum in New Zealand, and the one on the right was bought by Tony from a customer in Scotland.
Photo Ref: DB271 Courtesy of Corwin Bierlaagh www.jukeboxgallery.com
Photo Ref: DB272 Courtesy of Corwin Bierlaagh www.jukeboxgallery.com
Photo Ref: DB273 Courtesy of Corwin Bierlaagh www.jukeboxgallery.com
Photo Ref: DB274 Courtesy of Corwin Bierlaagh www.jukeboxgallery.com
Photo Ref: DB275 Courtesy of Corwin Bierlaagh www.jukeboxgallery.com
Ditchburn Mk2 Music Maker @ Terra Technica
Ditchburn Mk2 Music Maker @ Jukeboxgallery.com
The   Photos   of   the   wonderful   Mk2   Music   Maker   below   was   sent   to   us   by   Mr.   Gábor   Varga   and Mr.   Ronald   Seunig   of   Terra   Technica,      a   Museum   dedicated   to   Jukebox,   Pinball,   and   Video games.   Mr   Seunig   has   kindly   sent   us   a   custom   shoot   of   the   internals   of   this   machine   along with   some   amazing   photos   of   the   Museum      we   have   added   all   the   photos   to   the   Tell   your story section Please Click here to Visit the “Tell Your Story” section  
Photo Ref: DB337 Courtesy of Terra Technica
Photo Ref: DB339 Courtesy of Terra Technica