By tanks and telephone booths to US presidents - most unusual cemeteries of the world
• From tanks and telephone booths to US presidents - most unusual cemeteries of the world
Here is the most spectacular of the cemetery of forgotten things all over the world: the old military equipment, retroavtomobili wartime, traditional British telephone booths and huge busts of US presidents who were not in demand.
Traditional red telephone booth a little removed from the streets of the UK. After serving her, booth get to a repair yard near Marsta village in Surrey. Workers restoration service wash them with old paint, re-painted in a strictly prescribed shade of red and the new glass is inserted. Thereafter booths packed in wooden crates and shipped to buyers: some of them have already gone to Greece, Australia, Italy, France, Switzerland, Abu Dhabi and the United States.
Garage about broken flight school.
Depot with abandoned tanks in Ukraine.
A rusty locomotive near farmland.
The old wagon-rickshaws in the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka.
Machines in an old warehouse somewhere in America.
Old Russian ships.
Machinery, abandoned by American soldiers during the Second World War. For decades they have become part of the forest landscape.
Concrete statue of former US presidents near a farm in Virginia. From left to right: Ronald Reagan, Woodrow Wilson, Richard Nixon, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Theodore Roosevelt, George W. Bush, Jr., Grover Cleveland, James Garfield, Franklin Roosevelt, Chester A. Arthur, Ulysses S. Grant, James A. Garfield, Franklin Pierce, Gerald Ford, Andrew Johnson, John Quincy Adams, James Madison, James Buchanan, Millard Fillmore, and James Monroe.
Previously, these statues were standing in a park in Williamsburg, but it lasted only six years and was closed due to low attendance. Then busts weighing nearly half a ton and six meters high, moved to his farm entrepreneur Howard Hankins. The paint was peeling on the faces of presidents, and the heads of huge holes after shipping, so Hankins collects funds for their restoration and opening of the museum.
Cars, released in 1930, in the French quarry. It is believed that during the Second World War, the machine hid from the German army.
You will not believe, but these ships are in New York - just a few kilometers to the south of Manhattan, in the district of Staten Island.
dumped in a pile-floor buses without seat, wheels and windows.