ENGINES, CARS, TRUCKS AND
HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTOR BIKES
BURIED IN FOREST LAKE AREA,
BRISBANE, QLD AT THE END OF WW2
Lido Vincenzi lives on Archerfield Road in the general area of one of the two American sub camps attached to Camp Freeman. This sub camp was located on Archerfield Road in the vicinity of McEwan Park. The camp's Motor Pool was located across the other side of Azalea Street and continued through parallel to Archerfield Road to about Magnolia Street.
Lido said that after the war, engines, cars, trucks and Harley Davidson motor bikes in crates from the motor pool were buried in the Forest Lake area. This was probably in the area occupied by the Darra Ordnance Ammunition Depot during WW2.
I'd like to thank Lido Vincenzi and Noel Wallis for their assistance with this home page.
Can anyone help me with more information?
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This page first produced 14 April 2004
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