Old Train Tracks Become Green Area and Public Park: NYC

Seen at Stories From Home blog:

As we walked The High Line from 20th Street to Gansevoort Street near Greenwich Village, it was almost surreal to be wandering along such a beautiful pathway right above the streets of one of the busiest cities in the world. Kudos to the “Friends of The High Line” who fought so hard for the preservation and restoration of what is undoubtedly a wonderful addition to NYC.

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3 Responses to Old Train Tracks Become Green Area and Public Park: NYC

  1. Bravo! It looks like a meadow in the city. Happy Tonics, Inc. created a Monarch Butterfly Habitat, a restored remnant tall grass prairie in Shell Lake, Wisconsin. The habitat is next to an old abandoned railroad bed which is now a trail. Let’s hear it for the Greening of America.

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