Wonders never end. This is the haunting sight of a ‘car graveyard’
nestled in a Belgian forest, where vintage motors
sit rusting among the fronds.
The old-fashioned vehicles are thought to have
been left in the wood near the village of Chatillon
by U.S. soldiers who were stationed in southern
Belgium during World War II.
When the war ended, military troops were sent
home, but could not afford to ship the cars they
had bought and hid them in the forest.
Since then, other cars have been added to the
cemetery, many by soldiers stationed in the area
after the war.