Kitsilano pool in Vancouver (British Columbia) has a lane swim that is run this way. It's 137 metres long, so flip turns probably wouldn't make much of a difference anyway.
The best way to do a rectangular turn around a lane like this is probably to practice buoy turns. (Flip onto back, take one stroke, flip around to front again.)
I think I've swum in a pool in the south of England that also had this sort of setup for lane swimming.
Last edited by Rhoda : 07-16-2015 at 10:00 PM.