Awe Inspiring WWII Boneyards You Have To See (12 Photos)
There Is Something So Serine About These Aircraft Boneyards
Once World War II finally ended, there was a massive surplus of aircraft. So much so that some of them were flown straight out of factories and into scrap yards.
Some escaped that fate and were either repurposed or bought privately. As you’ll see, others were just abandoned on what are now plane graveyards.
The following pictures are actually very powerful, so let it set in and take it for what it is.
Heinkel He.111s And Focke-Wulf Fw.190s
B-24 Liberators Piled On Top Of Each Other
P-38 Lightnings In The Philippines After The War
Unreal Scrapyard of B-29s in Tinian In The Northern Mariana Islands
In Arkansas, P-40 Warhawks Were Stacked Vertically To Preserve Space
Corsairs Neatly Lined Up In Rukuhia, New Zealand
With Just Over 1,000 Produced, This Me 262 Still Wound Up Here
A More Recent Photograph Of A B-25 Mitchell
Endless Rows Of B-17 Flying Fortresses Line The Desert Floor
Japanese Zeros Left At A Base In Atsugi, Japan