The town of Faro, Yukon was once a bustling mining community of around 3,000 people. But when the mine shut down in 1997, many of the mine's workers and their families up and left. Because the mining company owned the houses, apartment buildings and hotels in town, most were simply left abandoned.

Today about 400 people still call Faro home, living in the shadow of entire subdivisions where no one lives.

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