Photo of the Week: The Work Continues

Photo by Friends of the High Line A view from the end of the High Line at West 30th Street offers a front row seat to the construction and expansion happening on the final section of the High Line. Photo by Friends of the High Line
 

When construction is complete, The High Line at the Rail Yards will stretch one half mile from West 30th Street to West 34th Street. The design renderings show a meandering path that will offer sweeping views of the Hudson River and a birds-eye view of the Hudson Rail Yards, now home to off-duty MTA trains.

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This is the final, exciting piece of High Line construction! Visitors still have one last chance to view this section of the High Line in its wild, untouched landscape. Three days a week special free public walks are offered to see Carol Bove’s High Line Commission Caterpillar, a series of sculptures installed in the rail yards section of the High Line.

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