Man Lives In A Boeing 727 In The Middle Of The Woods

Bruce Campbell is an inventive engineer who bought a retired Boeing 727 aircraft fuselage and upcycled it into an unusual and innovative home. The huge 3-engine commercial airliner is propped up on concrete pillars in a suburban wooded area outside of Portland, Oregon, and has its own driveway.The aircraft features a makeshift shower, but he is still working to install a working lavatory and to restore some of the plane’s original interior elements, like seating and lights

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“Retirement into an aerospace class castle should be every jetliner’s constructive fate. They should never be mindlessly scrapped” – said Bruce Campbell, the aircraft’s owner (and resident).

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Shredding a beautiful and scintillating jetliner is a tragedy in waste, and a profound failure of human imagination”

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“Jetliners are masterful works of aerospace science, and their superlative engineering grace is unmatched by any other structures people can live within

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They’re incredibly strong, durable, and long lived. And they easily withstand any earthquake or storm. Their interior is easy to keep immaculately clean because they are sealed pressure canisters”

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“You need to acquire two things: An airliner, and suitable land to host it”

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Then you need to transport your airliner to your land. That’s the most daunting challenge”

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A-ICampbell lives in this plane-12 Campbell lives in this plane 6 months every year, and spends the other part of the year in Japan, where he is also looking to buy and similarly re-use a retired Boeing747 fuselage.The 10 acres where he’s building his Oregon home cost $23,000 when he bought them in his 20s, and the plane set him back $220,000

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