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Plane Shaped Pools

Thursday, 26th April 2007 by

It seems that more than one person has had the idea of theming their swimming pool around aeroplanes… Here’s a small private plane-shaped pool in Miami. This is the Flying W Airport in New Jersey, where they have a cool plane-shaped pool with “W”s on the wings. Flying W is described as a “flying airport resort“, and whilst I’m not sure exactly what that is, there’s definitely real planes parked…

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