Photos from an abandoned car graveyard in Belgium. Urban legends say that the cars were left behind by U.S. soldiers following WWII who never returned to claim them.
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A ‘vintage car graveyard’ nestles in a Belgian forest, where old motors sit rusting among the trees. The cars are thought to have been left in the wood near the Walloon village of Châtillon, in Luxembourg province, by US soldiers stationed in southern Belgium during WWII. When the war ended, troops were sent home but could not afford to ship the cars they had bought and so hid them in the forest. Not one car was ever retrieved.
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Chatillon Car Graveyard - from WWII in Belgium - cars were left by soldiers because they were too expensive to bring home
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