This Urban Explorer Discovers Old Vehicles, Hidden Under The Liverpool’s Tunnels

While working in the Liverpool underground for numerous years, Nigel Willsbrowne made an astonishing finding: a lot of old vehicles put away in a wrecked tunnel! Constructed in 1896 for the Liverpool underground rail line, then deserted in 1956 and eventually transformed into a garage in 1975, the 800-meter-long tunnel has slowly drifted into oblivion before crumbling in 2012. Led by Nigel Willsbrowne, the lensman Charlie Magee had the chance to visit this tunnel, and took pictures of the surprising hidden treasures: Mini GT, AMC Pacer, Lotus 503 Elite, Fiat 130 Coupé, Humber Hawk, Hillman Avenger, Rover P5 and others. You can check out the pictures below.

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