TIME STOPPED: Abandoned Farm w/ VINTAGE CARS – Urbex Maison Greiveldinger Lost Places
A small village somewhere in Luxembourg… In today’s episode we’re exploring an abandoned farmhouse… …that we found in the middle of a modern residential complex. The farmer who lived here probably was an automotive enthusiast. …on the property there are several beautiful classic cars. The characteristic smell of the past and decay is everywhere on the site. The entering of the buildings here equals a travel back in time. We met with our local friends again. This time they showed us an old farmhouse. The huge property is completely overgrown… …and the place looks totally insignificant from the outside. But in the middle of the thicket and very well hidden… …you can find several buildings like a mill with adjacent residential house and barn. You can see that this is an old farm right away. The very first building of the homestead… …is a stable. Access was no problem at all. Every door and window stood open. Next to the big buildings… …there were some smaller sheds too. …for example an old wine cellar. The highlight of this place might be the collection of vintage cars. You can find them everywhere on the site. Altogether there are five cars. …four of them are in the barn. Holy crap… Here’s a two-door car, but we couldn’t find out the model… …plus three identically constructed vehicles. …probably a Vauxhall Cresta PC each. What did you find? It’s from back then… It was made here in Luxembourg. It’s a Luxembourgian iron. Luxembourgian iron… Dude, these are dream cars… Yep. – Awesome… It’s the car radio. From Blaupunkt. Nice. Nice… Is it still working? This is rad, man. Too bad that these cars are a tangled mess of scrap. You can still recognize the remains of the indicator lights. You’ve just unbolt the hood. Does this mechanism still work? – Without any problems. There’re like 20 walnuts inside the glovebox. Now the question is: Did a man this… …or did a squirrel or some animal use this as a stash? Take a look. Looks like a squirrel did this. The nuts were bit open. This one is a colossus. There’s plenty of space for a huge engine under the hood. The glass isn’t even broken here. And there are switches for… …”lights”… …”demist” and… …”accs”. Look at the gear shift… Sweet… The dashboard looks like it is made of mahogany or something like that. Here you can see the original color of the car paint. What’s this over here? Can you get it out? This one? – Yep. – It’s an old automobile jack. Nice. This is a part of the engine, right? – Yep, the ventilation. Oh, there’s another jack. These special vehicles… …the whole furnishings of the residential house… …and the size of the property witness bygone wealth. By now everything is mouldered here and decay is ubiquitous. You can still find many things of everyday life. …even personal things. …and a nearly fully equipped kitchen. What’s in the fridge? I’ll tell you. Something that looks like waffles or biscuits. And there are some crudités in the crisper drawer. Looks like fresh and yummy dirt. Over here there are some roommates too. They’re doing the cleaning work. And in the frozen food compartment… …there’s something special called lasagne. But it isn’t that much left… Sweet ornaments… Oh, it’s a bed! Just realised that. It’s an upended bed. It’s so nice how it is carved… With these flowers… I’ve just discovered something… You can barely see it from the house because it’s overgrown. These are old agricultural machineries. And there’s moss everywhere. I guess it’s a plow. …to aerate the soil. And over here is the seat. Over there’s the tow coupling. …and this is the handbrake. I think so at least. We don’t know how long this site has been abandoned. It is said that the house was up for sale when the farmer died. However, no one had been found who wanted to live here. So this place fell into oblivion and has been decaying ever since. The future of this site is uncertain.