I noticed a bounty of discussion here of ghost towns that had been submerged, usually by the construction of a reservoir. Many of these posts include the phrase, "you can still see the buildings when the water is low". The past two years have seen numerous droughts worldwide, and so I have attempted to prepare a the beginning of a list of submerged towns that have emerged from their aqueous slumber. Please add others.

Potosi, Venezuela:

http://news.sky.com/home/world-news/article/15560302

Camp Geronimo, AZ

Six Mile Bridge, NSW (with looting of exposed sulkies and drays, and the bridge with the river flowing under it just like it used to):

http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/...08/1943592.htm

Old Adaminaby, Australia:



St. Thomas, NV

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Thomas,_Nevada

Asel, Bringhausen, and Berich Germany (with cemeteries):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edersee_Dam

Woodville, OK:

http://www.kxii.com/news/headlines/O...130566653.html

Falcon Lake, Texas (with church)

Bluffton, Texas (with cemetery and steam boiler):

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-...-towns-graves/

Kosmos, WA (with railroad tracks)

Sacandaga Reservoir, NY (four towns and a locomotive)

Old Sanish, OK

http://ghostsofnorthdakota.com/2005/06/03/sanish-nd/