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The Casey Jones Railroad Museum State Park at Vaughan was designated a State Park on April 27, 1980.
The museum began as a project of Massena Jones ( no relation ) in a building he owned across the road from the present site.
The centerpiece of it was the damaged bell that was salvaged from the wreck site.
In 2004 the museum closed, and years later, the depot was moved to West, MS. Massena Jones, a former postmaster for Vaughan and a longtime resident, was also the author of a book entitled The Choo-Choo Stopped at Vaughn: a Vivid and Accurate Account of Casey Jones ' Fatal Train Crash at Vaughn, Mississippi published in 1982.

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