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  • See Hearst Castle's Neptune Pool fill with water for the first time in years

    As part of a $5.4 million renovation project, contractors have spent months stripping the massive Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle and repairing leaks that have plagued it for years. Now, the pool is being temporarily filled with water to test for leaks. It's the first time water has been in the pool since 2014.

As part of a $5.4 million renovation project, contractors have spent months stripping the massive Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle and repairing leaks that have plagued it for years. Now, the pool is being temporarily filled with water to test for leaks. It's the first time water has been in the pool since 2014. Laura Dickinson The Tribune
As part of a $5.4 million renovation project, contractors have spent months stripping the massive Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle and repairing leaks that have plagued it for years. Now, the pool is being temporarily filled with water to test for leaks. It's the first time water has been in the pool since 2014. Laura Dickinson The Tribune

Wanted: Guides to give visitors tours of Hearst Castle

November 14, 2017 11:57 AM

UPDATED November 14, 2017 08:01 PM