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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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2004 and museum
The 1910 painting was stolen in 2004, from an Oslo museum, but recovered in 2006 with limited damage.
No. 1, now in a private collection was in the collections of the Time Museum, USA, until that museum closed in 2000 and its collection dispersed at auction in 2004.
In 2004, French officials decided to build a satellite museum on the site of an abandoned coal pit in the former mining town of Lens to relieve the crowded Paris Louvre, increase total museum visits, and improve the industrial north's economy.
The Farnsworth House and its wooded site was purchased at auction for US $ 7. 5 million by preservation groups in 2004 and is now owned and operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as a public museum.
The most popular museum is the Israel National Museum of Science, Technology, and Space, which recorded almost 150, 000 visitors in 2004.
After exhibiting in small galleries in Shoreditch, London, the Stuckists ' first show in a major public museum was held in 2004 at the Walker Art Gallery, as part of the Liverpool Biennial.
In 1997 the Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi beat out ten other international architects to win the competition to execute the redesign of the museum, which after being closed in Manhattan for a time during the process ( a temporary space was opened in Long Island City, Queens ) reopened in 2004.
On October 12, 2004, the LMDC announced that Gehry Partners LLP and Snøhetta, a Norwegian architectural firm, would design the site's performing arts and museum complexes, respectively.
In 2004, the museum announced an $ 18 million capital campaign, of which $ 12 million had already been raised.
*" cpu-museum. de New additions to the museum ( Appalbred )", by Christian " Grampa ", January 7, 2004, retrieved January 9, 2006
Unoccupied for a long period of time, it was torn down in 2004, except for a small portion of the original building, which was preserved and renovated to be used as a conference center and, possibly, as a museum.
In the 1990s extensive restoration work was carried out on the walls of the Ciutadella, and in 2004 a museum was opened inside it.
To date several galleries have been redesigned, notably, in 2002: the main Silver Gallery, Contemporary ; in 2003: Photography, the main entrance, The Painting Galleries ; in 2004: the tunnel to the subway leading to South Kensington tube station, New signage throughout the museum, architecture, V & A and RIBA reading rooms and stores, metalware, Members ' Room, contemporary glass, the Gilbert Bayes sculpture gallery ; in 2005: portrait miniatures, prints and drawings, displays in Room 117, the garden, sacred silver and stained glass ; in 2006: Central Hall Shop, Islamic Middle East, the new café, sculpture galleries.
In 2004, at the yearly Jasenovac commemoration, the Croatian authorities presented new plans for the Jasenovac memorial site, changing the concept of the museum as well as some of the content.
The last pewter factory cum museum, which mainly produced collectibles for tourists, went bankrupt in early 2004, but has since been revived.
However, 2004 saw the first major museum retrospective of his work, an exhibit called " Le monde de Franquin "', in Paris ' Cité des Sciences et de l ' Industrie this exhibition was continued in 2006 in the city where he was born, Brussels, the latter was fully bilingual ( French / Dutch ).
In 2004, Frontier Texas !, a multi-media museum highlighting the history of the area from 1780 to 1880 was constructed, and a new $ 8 million, Cisco Junior College campus was built at Loop 322 and Industrial Boulevard.
Pankha-Traditional crafted hand fans of the Indian Subcontinent from the collection of Justin Das-The fan museum, Greenwich ( 2004 )
After a major building refurbishment it opened to the public as a state-of-the-art museum in June 2004.
* Charles Dickens lived in Medway, a museum was in Eastgate House in Rochester until its closure in 2004.
" Hard Rock's archive includes over 70, 000 items and was briefly displayed in a Hard Rock museum named " The Vault " in Orlando, Florida from January 2003 until September 2004.
2004 and closed
* 2004 – The pedestal of the Statue of Liberty reopens after being closed since the September 11 attacks.
* 2004 – Dick Cheney and George W. Bush testify before the 9 / 11 Commission in a closed, unrecorded hearing in the Oval Office.
" The minimum gate closed breaking strain of a carabiner conforming with EN 362: 2004 is nominally the same as that of EN 12275: 1998 at around 20 kN.
After development work for the game was concluded, Maxis ' longtime studios in Walnut Creek were officially closed in 2004, and the staff moved to EA offices in Redwood City.
The Polish airline market was until 2004 a classical case of closed market, with bilateral agreements between countries served from the national hub-Warsaw.
After the September 11 attacks in 2001, it was closed for reasons of safety and security ; the pedestal reopened in 2004 and the statue in 2009, with limits on the number of visitors allowed to ascend to the crown.
According to the Natural Law Party official web site, the national headquarters of the Natural Law Party closed effective on April 30, 2004 and the US Peace Government is now carrying forward the programs, policies, and ideals of the Natural Law Party.
The Revuebar closed on 10 June 2004 and became a gay bar and cabaret venue called Too2Much, designed by Anarchitect.
The last known OmniVision theatres to exist in USA are The Alaska Experience Theatre in Anchorage, Alaska, built in 1981 ( closed in 2007, reopened in 2008 ), and the Hawaii Experience Theatre in Lahaina, Hawaii ( closed in 2004 ).
With the advent of computer technology and increasingly harsh trading conditions, the Press's printing house at Oxford was closed in 1989, and its former paper mill at Wolvercote was demolished in 2004.
The Waterside Theatre ( which is not part of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre complex ) re-opened in December 2004, then closed again in September 2008.
The deal closed in early 2004, consolidating Elektra Records and Atlantic into one label operated in the eastern United States.
* Nieuwegein, Netherlands: This former NCR / AT & T / Lucent Technologies division known under the name WCND ( Wireless Communication Network Division ) was active in the development of Wi-Fi-technology and closed December 2004.
After 53 years of full diplomatic relations, the Israeli Embassy in Wellington closed in 2004 due to $ 5. 4 million in cost-cuts by the Israeli Foreign Ministry.