What's been your turntable ownership over the years?

Dual 1225
B&O RX with MMC5 cartridge
Denon DP-59L 
Rega Planar 3
Kenwood KD5070
Harman Kardon T45
Thorens TD-125 mk II w/Rega RB303 arm
Sometime in the 70's: Garrard automatic turntable 42M
Later in the 70's to the 80's: Pioneer PL12
Sometime in the 90's: Project Debut
Later in the 90's:  Project Perspective... first nice turntable
Early 2000's: Sota Star Sapphire... current table... hard to give up the vacuum feature and the ultra floating suspension. This table with an SME 4.5i arm is a sweet combo.

JVC direct drive..forget the model
Thorens TD 147
Sota Star Sapphire/Alphason Xenon tonearm
Zenith HiFi with Cobra arm--1955 vintage--fathers turntable/amp/speaker combo
BSR--dont remember model
Dual 701 Shure V15 type ii
Dual 721 Shure V15 type iii
Denon 47f Shure V15 type iii
Mitchell Gyrodec--VDH Frog
Maplenoll Ariadne reference--ZYX Airy3
Maplenoll Ariadne Signature--ZYX Airy3
Maplenoll Apollo--Zyx Universe II

I think i am at the end of the line for tables though. Still have the last 4 but daughter using the gyrodec

Technics SL-200 (High school and college) Not totally sure of the model number, but I think this was it.

Sony PS-X55 (once I got into the work force)

Some where around 1986 I went to CD's for years, but in 2005 I bought the Philips

Philips 212

Thorens TD-160

VPI Classic 2

Yamaha YP-D71 (Second system)

Rega RP1
Rega RP3
VPI Traveler (great table)
Sanyo  TP-600 (nice vintage budget table)
Thorens TD 160 Super (modified by Vinyl Nirvana, still own this one)
Rega P2 with upgrades (still own this one, really nice table)