Where I live, we now have 3 centers owned by AMF (AMF Thruway, AMF Airport, and AMF Lancaster). The other places that AMF owned in the past have been sold to independent groups.
AMF Thruway has a huge league following during the week, lots of tournaments, and has hosted several PBA shows in the past. 56 lanes of HPL synthetics, and a very busy pro shop combined with it's location are huge. AMF Airport is their largest house around here with 66 wood lanes, divided into 4 different sections. This place also holds a lot of leagues and tournaments.
AMF Lancaster has 36 lanes, is their oldest house, and has been rumored to be on the chopping block. Location is ok, but it never has had the number of leagues or recreational bowlers that Thruway or Airport both have.
In either case, this makes me wonder what may potentially happen. If Bowlmor were to convert Thruway or Airport, it would be a disaster. Lancaster...that could be a possibility as a last ditch effort to revive that place.