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This former resort region had its heyday during the early 1960’s, when it was a bustling place filled with weekend revelers from the nearby Los Angeles and San Diego metropolitan areas.

The entire volume of the Colorado River poured into the sink, unimpeded for over 18 months.

(CDC) built a canal to siphon water from the Colorado River to irrigate the barren region to the south of the Salton Sink.

That region would eventually become the Imperial Valley.

Today, the few people who remain are hardy individualist types looking for isolation and a cheap place to live. Night shooting these neighborhoods twenty years later found a desolate quagmire peppered with block after block of abandoned trailers, homes and businesses.