Tuesday, April 11, 2006
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?
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