Saturday, 30 January 2016

Colorado gold rush ghost town revisited

At the height of the Colorado gold rush, the city of Victor, high up in the Rocky Mountains, had a population of more than 18,000 people. The gold and the prospectors are now long gone, but the town remains - along with a few hundred residents. Photographers, Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low have collaborated as Anderson and Low for twenty-five years. Their haunting photographs of Victor feature in a new book, "City of Mines"
Jonathan Anderson spoke to BBC World Update's Dan Damon about the project.

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