Shawn Baker joins us to look at the most famous of the old family fun parks, and what has become of them under the crushing weight of time. Click on the image to read the full article.
How to Bring China's Ghost Towns Back to Life
Founded in 1904 by Braden Copper Co. and named after the company’s president, Mr Barton Sewell, this colourful Chilean ghost town presided over the largest underground mine in the world. Beautifully positioned high in the Andes mountains at an altitude of over 2,000 metres, Sewell was home to 14,000 people by 1918 and many decades of prosperity were to follow.