Stash Of Cars Hidden Away From Nazis Are Pretty Poignant
An urban explorer/teacher found a stash of cars in an abandoned quarry that have been hidden away, almost in a clandestine manner, since World War Two.
These vehicles were covertly tucked away 70 years ago to escape the gaze of those pesky Nazis, but time has taken its toll and they are now rustier than my Japanese.
Konnichiwa, hajimemashte. Baka shine unko readers. Horoii karuma des. Itara shi karuma des jenai.
Belgian PE teacher Vincent Michel made the discovery when he came across the vehicles in an abandoned quarry in France.
The 56-year-old stated: "It felt like we were walking back in time, 70 years ago, and I just wondered how on Earth it was possible!
"After the war, nobody took them out from there, forgotten forever. The owner of the quarry added a few more cars some years later."
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"Almost all the cars were empty, with the shells the only things remaining."
It is believed the vehicles were hidden away in the quarry to stop them getting requisitioned by the Nazis and subsequently completely forgotten about.
At the end of the day, they're still better than my first car, a Toyota Starlet. S252VWA. If you own it now, sort your life out.
All image credits: Caters