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Five trucks abandoned in 1943 have rusted so much they now blend in with their spectacular surroundings.   The selection of old trucks - parked in a row next to each other - have not moved in 73 years. <br />
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They have now corroded so much that the old motors are even camouflaged in front of the green, orange and yellow backdrop.  The vehicles were involved in the building of the Canol Road, which is short for the 'Canadian American Norman Oil Line', in the Yukon Territory in Canada. <br />
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It is 279 miles long and after its competition the trucks were left on the roadside and have not moved since.  Photographer Robert Postma, 43, from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, travelled to the road to take the spectacular pictures.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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Pictured: The cars rusting away and starting to blend in to their enviroment after being left there for over 70 years.<br />
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