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70-year traffic jams in a forest in Belgium (11Pics)

Chatillion Car Graveyard,  Belgium is one of the largest car disposal sites in the world. These photos were taken there and are not actually “Walking Dead” scenes.

Some legends show that these cars were abandoned by U.S. soldiers during World War II. Perhaps the soldiers, who could not be sent back to the United States, decided to hide in the woods until they returned and retrieved the cars. But locals do not agree. They say the abandoned site was used to dispose of the old cars after World War II.

Chatillon once had 4 places for about 5 hundred abandoned cars in them but locals stole or removed many cars to sell for scrap metal these old cars were removed in 2010 due to environmental problems.

More info & Image source;-amusing planet

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Rosanne de Lange

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Rosanne de Lange

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Theo van Vliet

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Rosanne de Lange

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Marcel Wiegerinck

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Marcel Wiegerinck

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Marcel Wiegerinck

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Rosanne de Lange

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Rosanne de Lange

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Rosanne de Lange

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This Traffic Jam Was Stuck In Belgian Forest For 70 Years
Image credit ;Theo van Vliet
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