The play of light and shadows at sunset transforms ordinary buildings next to the High Line at West 20th Street. Photo by Annik La Farge
Author, neighbor, and High Line member and volunteer, Annik La Farge, often turns her lens and her pen to the High Line on her blog, delving into the fascinat...
El Anatsui in front of his HIGH LINE COMMISSION Broken Bridge II. Photo by Austin Kennedy.
This past fall Art21 stopped by the High Line to film the installation of El Anatsui’s HIGH LINE COMMISSION Broken Bridge II, located on a wall adjacent to the High Line between West 21st and West 22nd S...
Gray birch trees are easily identified by their gray-white bark. Photo by Beverly Israely
The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the trains stopped running in the 1980s. Today, the High Line includes more than 300 species...
Construction crews work on the steel structure of the High Line on West 30th Street. Photographer Unknown
When this photograph was taken in 1933, construction of the High Line, then called the New York Central Elevated Spur, was nearly complete. The elevated railway would soon be carrying freigh...
Show us who you love! Share photos of the favorite people in your life in front of You & Me, the new HIGH LINE BILLBOARD by Allen Ruppersberg at West 18th Street.
Couples walking hand-in-hand, families with strollers, friends sipping coffee and chatting – the High Line is a community sp...
We are about to begin an exciting new chapter in the life of the High Line.
Friends of the High Line Co-Founder Robert Hammond today announced his intent to step down at the end of the year. Along with Co-Founder Joshua David, Robert has worked tirelessly for 14 years to build the High Line ...
A snowman greets High Line visitors in 2011. Photo by Karen Blumberg
As we speak, snow is blanketing New York City.
High Line Maintenance and Operations staff are readying their shovels, snow brooms, and ice picks for the estimated 10–14 inches of snow that the city will be receiving in the ...
Thanks to all who took part in our cover photo contest for the third edition of the High Line Map.
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More than 700 people voted on Facebook, and one photo emerged as a clear winner. With over half of the votes, a contemplative sunset shot by Austin Ke...
A view inside the construction tent at West 30th Street, where crews are finishing the sandblasting and repainting of the High Line's steel structure. Photo by Timothy Schenck
Construction crews have finished sandblasting and painting the High Line at the Rail Yards.
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We need your help cutting back the High Line's plants to make way for new spring growth. Photos by Friends of the High Line
With snow flurries transforming our city into a winter wonderland, it’s hard to imagine that spring is right around the corner.
But the first signs of the new g...