This project is about daily life of a little afro town, hidden among the mountains that separate provinces of Carchi and Imbabura. A community that refuses to be forgotten and struggles against the stigma of being a "ghost town", a mark that has been settling on the site for almost 20 years.
In its golden days Estación Carchi was one of the train stations of railroad that traveled from Ecuador's capital to the sea, carrying with him many wishes and dreams of the people who lived from the train's activities. This small settlement of black people became a prosperous and full of life place, until a Sunday the train stopped passing by the railway that crossed the town.
Now the days pass between stories and memories of what it was; the sounds and images rise like blizzards to dust off the past of its inhabitants. The daily life of those who still inhabit the place becomes the first resistance of their memory, that is still present through those who remain: the elderly and children -the most- who share the same hope and the same resignation, before a huge veil of "ghost town" that hides them more than the hills that surround them.