Inside the abandoned buildings under Lake Mead


Nov 5, 2015

In the 1930s engineers designed the Hoover Dam near Las Vegas, taming the Colorado River and giving a reliable water supply for California, Nevada, and Arizona.

Without that water, the Phoenix of today would not exist.

When the work was finished, many of the plants used to make and mix the concrete needed to build the dam were partially dismantled, abandoned, and flooded by what is now Lake Mead.

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