The interior of the New Jamestown’s town hall was modeled on the Trentblight House of Luxemburg (pictured above), but resulted, due to the level of craftsmanship available, in a poor facsimile of the former. Exposed heating pipes consumed space on the right wall, snaking upwards to the celling and crossing over to the far side. A large grandfather clock rested left-hand side of the room, and a wooden version of the ornate staircase dominated the center. Tables cluttered the grandeur, and a bar, hastily constructed, pokes out from behind the stairs and to the left. Perhaps the closest part of the architecture to the original is the large glass dome, providing an ample amount of sunlight during the day (assuming that its not raining or overcast – bad assumption).