“Airborne” Chickens Roost in Glider Nose (Sep, 1948)

“Airborne” Chickens Roost in Glider Nose
Something their designers never anticipated was that the noses of wartime gliders make excellent chicken houses. English users have found they are dry, draftproof and that the original windows provide sufficient light. Costing only a fraction as much as conventional chicken houses, they are eight by nine feet across the base and approximately seven feet high at the center.

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  1. Stannous says: December 20, 200612:04 pm

    Cool! These would have made great camp cabins too.

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