6. Original Jail Cells Have Been Converted into Changing Rooms
There was once an external staircase that connected to the second floor of the rear of Flushing Town Hall that would bring up detainees who needed to be present for trial. They would be held in jail cells that still exist inside Flushing Town Hall that have been converted in the modern era into changing rooms and green rooms for shows. The slatted metal door of the cells still exist, covered over by curtains, and some of the brick inside the rooms is original. In the smaller changing room/cell, you can see the outline of where the staircase was bricked up. Another jail cell that once existed was turned into the elevator shaft.