Updated: Mon, 04 Aug 2014 08:45:00 GMT | By Gavin Braithwaite-Smith, Motoring Research, Ed Soluk
Rust in pieces: Belgium’s haunting car graveyard

Chatillon car graveyard



Chatillon car graveyard (© Rosanne de Lange)
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Type 'Chatillon cars' into a search engine and it will come up with many results about the Chatillon car graveyardFor what is essentially just a small section of a Belgian town, close to the borders with France and Luxembourg, Chatillon is pretty well known on the web.

The reason for this is this haunting car graveyard, a site that became a go-to destination for urban explorers and fans of abandoned relics. It has since been cleaned up, but thanks to the photographer and urban explorer Rosanne de Lange, the memories will be preserved forever.

Please click the image above to read more about the Chatillon car graveyard

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