The High Line is a 1-1/2 mile long elevated park on Manhattan’s west side. It runs from the meat packing district to the area near the Javits Convention Center. These photos are mostly taken in the Chelsea area between 11th and 23rd streets. The park was built on top of the tracks of a disused railroad line. Construction began in 2006 and it was opened in three stages, with the final piece completed in 2014.
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