A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

Some years ago a US retiree from Oregon Bruce Campbell built up a house from Boeing 727. His new home is located in the forest out of Portland. The cabin has been changed dramatically: Bruce repaired cockpit, stairs, installed LED lights and made the floors transparent. The plane has a shower bath, but without shower cubicle. The former engineer spent 10 years and over $200,000 to transform the plane into a house.
However, Bruce Campbell does not plan to stop – this time he is going to create the second Boeing 747-based house in Japan.

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

Retiree Bruce Campbell in his house from Boeing 727 in the forest out of Portland, Oregon, USA.

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

Full service wash room in the Boeing 727-based house.

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

A retiree builds up house from Boeing 727 in forest

The cockpit is under reconstruction now.

Image source: Reuters / Steve DiPaola
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