The Neosho Falls Jail single cell was not always by its lonesome before it was located in the Neosho Falls City Hall. The cell was built in 1923 and is made of iron, painted white. When the City Hall building was demolished it was salvaged from the building, saving a piece of history. It was mounted on a trailer and has stayed there for many years being used in some of the local parades, but some locals have plans to create a concrete slab to display the jail on.
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