In 1929, a landslide in San Pedro, California, caused a neighborhood of exclusive homes to slide into the ocean. During the geological peak, the land movement was measured at an astounding 11 inches a day.
Today, the locals call the area the “Sunken City”. It consists of the broken foundations of houses, severed gas/water pipes, buckled railway tracks, and empty streets. The area is now a popular hiking spot.
The seascape revealed a constant traffic of giant sea tankards delivering containers to LA; their cargo providing consumers with goods from far flung destinations.