Along Crawfordville highway in between Panacea and Tallahassee is a Ford Car Graveyard. Twenty + cars dated from early 1900’s to mid are arranged in a semicircle from oldest to youngest. My girls and I stopped here coming back from the beach in Panacea.
Evidently, all these cars were used on Pat Harvey’s family farm. Now, they’ve been laid out to pasture to collect vines and iron oxide.
This looks like a frame right out of a 1920s mobster movie:
Eventually, all the cars will fade into the background.
The only drivers now seem to be the spiders.
This place inspires all level of shutterbugs. Even my 9 year old wanted to capture a few.
These are the pictures she captured using my happy crappy 5 mg Windows Phone camera:
If you would like to visit this Roadside Wonder, it’s located just past Crawfordville before Medart on FL SR 319. Address: 4204 Crawfordville Hwy, Crawfordville, FL 32327.
Next up: The farm that we were visiting in Panacea.