Tuesday 27 September 2016

Experts fail to find 'hidden Nazi gold train' in Poland

Published 15/12/2015 | 14:06

Experts from the University of Science and Technology in Krakow and independent explorers attend a press conference on the search of an allegedly hidden World War II Nazi train, in Walbrzych, Poland (AP)
Experts from the University of Science and Technology in Krakow and independent explorers attend a press conference on the search of an allegedly hidden World War II Nazi train, in Walbrzych, Poland (AP)

Polish geology experts who analysed a site allegedly hiding a World War II Nazi train say they have found no evidence of its existence.

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Experts from a mining academy in Krakow examined the site in south-western Poland last month using magnetic and gravitation methods.

The head of the team, Janusz Madej, said that "according to our examination, there might be a tunnel there but there is no train there".

Earlier this year two explorers told authorities in Walbrzych that they have located an armoured Nazi train hidden in a secret tunnel in the city.

The Nazis allegedly hid a train with gold in a secret tunnel during the war.

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