The Voules Museum

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The Voules Museum
EHB, unlit
Danger Updater MDUDC 12:33, 21 December 2018 (UTC)
the Voules Museum

Penny Heights [96, 71]

Eeles Way Keeling Walk Railway Station the Sevier Building
a warehouse the Voules Museum Buglar Boulevard School
Rossiter Crescent Kettner Drive Manuel Park

Basic Info:

  • Museums have a wide range of different collections and exhibitions, although previously they were not lootable. Nowadays, different decorative items may be found there.
  • Generally, the descriptions found in Museums fall along the lines of "…currently displaying a(n) exhibition/installation/collection of _____________"
  • Museums can be barricaded normally.


Description

The Voules Museum is an Umbrella Museum located at [96,71] in Penny Heights.

The Voules is a brown brick, Obelisk-style building. It is supposed to remind you of a closed umbrella in shape, but in it's run down state looks more like a big brown turd. Even more reason people don't visit here. That and the whole umbrella collection has disappeared since the outbreak. There are no searchable items in this museum. Just a hollow turd of a building... Would make a great Piñata! [[1]]

--Johnny Colorado (talk) 23:37, 13 August 2016 (UTC)


History

Originally a museum of umbrella covers like many other museums, the Voules Museum became renowned for a split second by showcasing collections of ferrules, top caps, and handles. There were over 200 collections that came from 60 different countries with over 1,300 pieces donated throughout the sets. The curator of this particular museum, whom nobody can seem to recall his name, started a petition to get all 200+ travelling collections in one place for the start of one large, world-wide, decade long, exhibition. In honor of him starting the exhibition by writing the original petition, they gave his museum the first month with the collection. Little did they know the outbreak would happen and the entire collection get looted once it was all finally together. I can't say we will shed any tears for the lost collection. Did anyone other than the curator really care anyways? Maybe the mysterious curator took the collection with him since he was the only one who did care...? The world may never know... Maybe in a fully lit museum you may be able to search and find a clue!?

--Johnny Colorado (talk) 23:37, 13 August 2016 (UTC)

Current Status

February 18, 2009 HB, no power, no transmitter. --Hashk 07:24, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

July 13, 2008 VSB, Power, No Transmitter--Dr Mycroft Chris 22:42, 13 July 2008 (BST)

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