High Line

New York


A garden grows through unused tracks
Uploaded: 6/30/2010
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Walking through the greenery.
Uploaded: 6/30/2010
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View of New York city traffic on 17th street
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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View of Frank Gehry's IAC building from the High Line
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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View through street overlook on High Line's 10th Avenue Square
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
Lat: 40.74426 Long: -74.00719
View of Chelsea grassland from the northern terminus of the High Line
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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Taking a stroll through the Chelsea grasslands on the High Line's northern section
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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View of Empire State Building around 18th street stairs
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
Lat: 40.74472 Long: -74.00689
Wooden benches along the High Line's northern section
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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Another view of steel railing on the High Line
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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View of High Line's steel railing
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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A bench on the High Line suspended in air symbolizing the High Line itself
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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View of High Line's organic trail design
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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View of old tracks and natural self-seeded landscape at High Line's northern spur
Uploaded: 10/13/2009
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The High Line's northern spur and horticultural preserve
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Trailside coffee shop and seating area at the Chelsea Market spur
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Spencer Finch's art installation, The River That Flows Both Ways. Each of the 700 panes of glass in the piece represent a color of light reflected of the Hudson River
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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The popular Diller-Von Furstenberg sundeck on the High Line
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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High Line trail design
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Landscape design element on the High Line
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Natural plantings on the High Line inspired by the original self-seeded landscape
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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View of 14th street elevator with examples of the High Line's natural flora in the foreground
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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14th street stairs and entry
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Taking a break on one of the seating areas on the High Line
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Another view of a design element on the trail
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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High Line benches organically connected to the surface of the trail
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Another view of the High Line's natural design
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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View of the Hudson River from the High Line
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Gansevoort stairs and Plaza
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Another view of the old tracks incorporated into the design of the High Line
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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View of the High Line's natural design
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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View of Gansevoort woodland and Standard Hotel in the background
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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The High Line signage
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Gansevoort stairs and entry
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Southern terminus of the High Line at Gansevoort Plaza
Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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People relaxing on lounge chairs where High Line freight railroad once ran, delivering goods through and into buildings in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. The chairs are actually mounted atop the old tracks.
Uploaded: 8/6/2009
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