Not far from the village of Chatillon, in the south of Belgium, in the middle of the woods is situated an impressive car graveyard. Its history dates back to the times of the Second World War. Previously, around that place were four graveyards.
In total, on these four long-term storages were more than 500 cars. Today, there is only one cemetery. It all started with the fact that when the war came to an end, all Americans left the military base. It is a mystery though how they became owners of such a big number of vehicles. The transportation over the ocean was too expensive, so the cars were just left there. Over time, the models that weren’t completely covered with rust ended at local residents and car collectors. And what is left you can contemplate in the following pictures.