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Abandoned 8,8 cm schwere Fliegerabwehrkanone 36 (8,8 cm FlaK 36 L/56)

Abandoned 8,8 cm schwere Fliegerabwehrkanone 36 (8,8 cm FlaK 36 L/56)

Abandoned WW2 bunkers http://www.inspirefirst.com/2012/08/20/abandoned-ww2-bunkers/

Photographer Jonathan Andrew scoured the wartime territory of The Netherlands, France, and Belgium. Pictured: The Type transmitter bunker, Spaandam

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

Old warriors at rest

After all the years go by the memories of war still litter the old battlefields

The Shell Of An F-86D Saber Plane | Pictures Of Abandoned War Airplanes

The Past Of These 15 Abandoned Airplanes Represent A Haunting Tragedy

These eerie pictures show all that remains of a fleet of World War II fighter planes. The rotting planes lie derelict at an abandoned aeroplane graveyard in Newbury, Ohio, amongst overgrown foliage and scrap metal.

Jonathan Andrew’s amazing collection of abandoned WW2 bunkers.

The SK Observation Tower, Fliegerhorst, Hemiksem, Belgium. This lookout post formed part of a decoy airfield, intended to draw away Allied attacks. The Allies bombed it with wooden bombs.

The third one down looks like an homage to the Witch-king of Angmar... Abandoned monuments that look like they’re from the future

Abandoned monuments that look like they’re from the future

Funny pictures about Abandoned monuments that look like they're from the future. Oh, and cool pics about Abandoned monuments that look like they're from the future. Also, Abandoned monuments that look like they're from the future photos.

Jonathan Andrew’s amazing collection of abandoned WW2 bunkers.

WWII Submarine defence boom, Cramond Island, Edinburgh, Scotland.

WWII bunker by Jonathan Andrew

Abandoned Bunker, Plage L'ouest de Zuydcoote, France (c) Jonathan Andrew 2011

Abandoned; WW2 Luftwaffe German Military Airbase - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/whotube-2/abandoned-ww2-luftwaffe-german-militaryairbase.html

The German airfield Schönwalde was built in 1934 by the German Ministry of Aviation as a base for the German Air Force.

Abandoned WW2 bunkers

“Bunkers” is a photos series of World War II bunkers, captured by photographer Jonathan Andrews who has decided to go on the German fortifications i

The essence of architecture: shelter. WWII bunker by photographer Jonathan Andrew.

Abandoned WW2 Bunkers by Jonathan Andrew

Traveling throughout France, Belgium and the Netherlands, photographer Jonathan Andrew has documented abandoned bunkers from World War II as a personal project. Abandoned Bunkers, by Jonathan Andrew

Abandoned WW2 bunkers

Type / M Fire Control Post. Heerenduin, Ijmuiden, The Netherlands - Abandoned fortifications. on Behance

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