10/5/2016 9:29:03 AM
Glad you enjoyed it. I love taking our dog for a walk here, great trail to walk.
10/5/2016 9:07:48 AM
Being me, and seeing no markers for the trail, I assumed I could have been on someone's property line. I went to the house to ask. The older gentleman seemed kind of shocked a younger girl would be looking for this carwreck! Haha. But he kindly told me the way to go, and reminded me to watch for the hill! :) Was an amazing morning walk to the car, definitely had to of came from the top of the hil
9/20/2012 1:50:14 PM
that looks like a mean crash, looks like it might of rolled and wrapped around the tree
8/27/2012 6:17:05 PM
That would be great to see! Can't wait to see your posts!
8/27/2012 6:15:40 PM
I know of 2 similar fates in Halton forests, '50s cars as well. One is squeezed in between 2 trees now.
Will hike in and get pics to share by end of summer.
8/27/2012 12:52:51 PM
Wow, your teacher was really lucky. I would prefer to own an older car over any of the new ones these days, minus the downsides you described..haha.
The crazy thing about this spot is that you can actually visualize how the car could have lost control because of the steepness of the hill behind.
8/27/2012 5:42:03 AM
That was a serious issue with most 50's cars. In an accident, the driver would usually be hurled at the steering wheel, the inner metal frame would bend, and you'd end up taking the column in the chest. Or, like an old teacher of mine, have your head go thru the windshield (which somehow she survived).
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