Eccentric British Houseboats Built from Decommissioned Ambulances, City Buses, and Airplane Parts


Tucked into the estuary of the River Adur in the coastal town of Shoreham-on-Sea in Sussex, England is a row of houseboats in dazzlingly slapdash designs and bustling with the creative energy of its residents. One such person is Hamish McKenzie, an older man with swirls of grey hair shaved into his short beard and a laid-back attitude that comes from spending most of his days living inside of a docked boat. McKenzie owns seven of the uniquely designed vessels that line the riverbank, which include a renovated boat ambulance topped with a black and white checkered public bus and an airplane nose that caps off the bow…

McKenzie explains to Great Big Story that he had been searching for a nose cone for quite some time […]

Source: Eccentric British Houseboats Built from Decommissioned Ambulances, City Buses, and Airplane Parts

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