There are a lot of cemeteries / boneyards along the Route 66, from Tierfriedhöfe to the oldest cemetery in Texas, all of which can be found along Route 66. Cemeteries / boneyards are then called the graveyards, where today you can find airplanes, cars and motorbikes
. But not all cemeteries / boneyards are end stations. For the respective vehicles. For many machines, it is only an intermediate station until they are again aroused to a new life or they serve as a spare part donation for still in the service fellow. Cemeteries / Boneyards have their own effect on humans. You recognize their original purpose and yet you know it is the last station for many. Cemeteries / Boneyards are mostly in areas where it is very rarely raining. Therefore they do not rust any further and thus their value is further preserved. What impressed me, when I found the most diverse cemeteries / Boneyards are their size. No matter whether it is airplanes, cars or motorcycles, they were all incredibly big.