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Editor: Stephen Clowney
Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Rails to Trails in NYC

Thanks to Dr. Craig Shelley for sending a link to NPR's lovely story, "Project Gives Forgotten NYC Rail Line New, Lush Life."  It's about an abandoned elevated rail in NYC (about a mile and a half long, built in the 1930s), called the High Line, that's now being converted into a park.

Film at 11--no, actually right now.  Check it out--this is pretty cool.  Great views of the west side and some property talk, too.

Now, where's Danaya Wright to talk about the legal implications of this conversion?

Alfred L. Brophy

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