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Hi, it’s Katrina! Every abandoned vehicle has a story! From a floating fast food barge to a forest traffic jam frozen in time, here are 11 incredible abandoned vehicles. Follow us on instagram! https://www.instagram.com/katrinaexplained/ Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Check out these videos you might like: Unbelievable Animals SAVING Other Animals! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxehUWvMr38 LARGEST Animals Ever Discovered! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Yj7F_tPYsU Wild Animals That SAVED Human Lives! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mllqeVSsIl0 11. McBarge Friendship 500, better known as McBarge, was a floating McDonald’s restaurant that was built for the 1986 World Exposition on Transportation and Communication, or Expo 86, in Vancouver, British Columbia. The kitchen was hidden, unlike at other McDonald’s restaurants, with a conveyor belt delivering customers’ orders to the front counter. 10. Flamenco Beach Tanks The rusting, graffiti-covered World War II era tanks dotting the beach of Puerto Rico’s Culebra Island look woefully out-of-place against the stunning Caribbean backdrop of turquoise water, clear skies, and white sand. 9. Luxury Train Several years ago, a Rotterdam-based photographer named Brian Romeijn captured haunting images of what seemed like an abandoned Orient Express train in Belgium. The train, which apparently operated as a luxury service a little over a half-century ago, is a mere shadow of what it used to be. It’s rusty on both the inside and out, with ripped seats and dusty windows. 8. Lun Ekranoplan Nicknamed the “Caspian Sea Monster,” the Lun-class ekranoplan was a ground effect vehicle, meaning its wings generated lift, and decreased aerodynamic drag, while in close proximity to the ground. Designed in 1975 and in service for the Soviet and Russian navies between 1987 and sometime during the late ‘90s, the sole completed Lun-class ekranoplan, the MD-160, flew with its large wings roughly 13 feet (4 meters) above the water’s surface. 7. Loftus Tramshed The Loftus Tramshed was an old, inconspicuous green shed in New South Wales, Australia that housed retired trams and buses dating as far back as 1898. The building, which sat across the highway from, and acted as a storage facility for the Sydney Tramway Museum, was chock-full of historic streetcars and other vehicles, including two Sydney trams that were built in 1911, several from the 1930s, a Melbourne tram that was constructed in 1929, two 1940s double-decker buses, and two regular buses from the 1950s. A regular treasure trove!! 6. Narco Tanks In 2011, drug-related violence erupted between warring cartels, and within the Sinaloa cartel, in western central Mexico. Following a series of shootouts between local authorities and cartel gunmen near the Zacatecas border, police in the state of Jalisco, a hotspot of violence between cartels and the authorities, discovered an abandoned “narco-tank” in the form of a radically modified Ford F-Series Super Duty truck. 5. Thousands Of Bicycles It’s normal for the organizers of the annual Burning Man festival to be responsible for dealing with somewhere between 1,000 and 2,000 bicycles that are typically left behind by attendees when the event ends. But in 2017, in what came to be termed “Bikeageddon,” participants abandoned 3,754 bikes. 4. Bartini-Beriev VVA-14 Plane During the frenzied Cold War arms race between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, one of the latter’s priorities was to prepare for the possibility of missile strikes from the sea. To combat these threats, during the 1970s, the Soviet Navy developed the Bartini-Beriev VVA-14 plane, an amphibious aircraft that was tasked with defending the Soviet border by detecting American submarines. 3. Chatillon Car Graveyard Until recent years, in a small forest near the village of Chatillon in southern Belgium, there was a car graveyard full of rusted automobiles with conflicting stories about their origins. 2. BOS 400 Shipwreck In Maori Bay, near Cape Town, South Africa, lies a little-visited wrecked French crane barge called the BOS 400. It ran aground during a storm in June, 1994 while being tugged by the Russian tugboat Tigr. It was en route to Cape Town from Pointe-Noire in the Republic of Congo, and was the largest floating crane in Africa at the time, capable of lifting 1,200 tons. 1. Red Army Tank In 2015, workers discovered an abandoned Red Army tank in a swamp near the town of Senno, Belarus. The tank, which may date to 1941, is what’s called a KV-1, or “Kliment-Voroshilov-1,” and was named after a Soviet Union marshal. #abandoned #vehicles #originsexplained
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