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achtergelaten na WWII door geallieerden wegens te duur in Belgische Ardennen(recent pas ontdekt en verwijdert door burgemeester omdat er teveel urban Explorer op af kwamen in het voorheen rustig Waals dorpje

achtergelaten na WWII door geallieerden wegens te duur in Belgische Ardennen(recent pas ontdekt en verwijdert door burgemeester omdat er teveel urban Explorer op af kwamen in het voorheen rustig Waals dorpje

Dónde está él agua?

Dónde está él agua?

A falcon nesting in a tree!  And for those not car savy, the car in the tree is a ford falcon :P

A falcon nesting in a tree! And for those not car savy, the car in the tree is a ford falcon :P

Então....

Então....

barn find.. I need to buy a property and find this on it

barn find.. I need to buy a property and find this on it

Pinned from https://www.flickr.com/photos/berrie_leijten/8154321383/in/photostream/ on 27/7/2015 grandma's kitchen | by silent witnesses

Pinned from https://www.flickr.com/photos/berrie_leijten/8154321383/in/photostream/ on 27/7/2015 grandma's kitchen | by silent witnesses

1936 Hudson Terraplane Pickup

‘Rock Of Ages’ celebrates radical second anniversary at the Venetian Las Vegas

1936 Hudson Terraplane Pickup

Abandoned Cars, how could anyone forget this beauty?

Abandoned Cars, how could anyone forget this beauty?

Engine Graveyard - kinda wish I knew where this was... And they are all flat…

Engine Graveyard Art Print

Engine Graveyard - kinda wish I knew where this was... And they are all flat…

“Today, the rusting auto bodies are part of the everyday sightseeing experience for floaters on the Flathead River and other streams. Some are fully exposed, while others only have parts protruding from the earth. Over time, the river deposited sand and soil on top of the embedded auto bodies, even fully burying some. Similarly, the river’s shifting waters have completely unearthed the cars that have been buried.” —Kaushik.

“Today, the rusting auto bodies are part of the everyday sightseeing experience for floaters on the Flathead River and other streams. Some are fully exposed, while others only have parts protruding from the earth. Over time, the river deposited sand and soil on top of the embedded auto bodies, even fully burying some. Similarly, the river’s shifting waters have completely unearthed the cars that have been buried.” —Kaushik.

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