More than 200 plants have been carefully designed to thrive in a two-kilometer linear garden, reflecting two abandoned rails and becoming green ribbons in the air of central Manhattan. I particularly appreciate the New York High Line Park, not only because of its special landscape, but also because the story behind it reflects that the United States advocates democracy and the rule of law, respects the spirit of the individual, and under this system, individuals with courage and faith have the possibility of achieving any ideal. Real estate developers took a fancy to the low land prices in the area where the abandoned rails were located, lobbied the New York City Government to demolish the railways and build commercial buildings, winning the support of Mayor Juliani, who was determined to change the crime-ridden environment in this area. Two young people in the city stood in the middle of the railroad as the thunderous mayor, a real estate developer swallowed by whales, and the luxurious landowners rushed in. Freelance writer David and painter Hammondo loved the overhead Manhattan stretch, two kilometres of lush weeds, blooming wildflowers and the beauty of the Hudson River sunset. In 1999, they set up a non-profit organization "Friends of the High-speed Railway" to distribute leaflets door-to-door. Against the strong opposition of landlords under the high-speed railway, they persuaded photographers to take pictures of the natural world on the railroad, to fight lawsuits with the New York City Government, to participate in courts and hearings countless times, and lost lawsuits, but won time. Finally, they ushered in a turnaround. After seven years of hard work, in celebrities, celebrities and cel With the help of officials, 20 million funds were raised and 150 million government funds were allocated. Construction of high-line garden started in 2006, and was officially opened in 2009. Phase III of the project was completed in 2014. High-Line Park has been successfully integrated into the urban background of New York and the daily life of New Yorkers. * Practical tips - "1, how to get there, there are many entrances to the park on 10th Avenue. The southern end is near the 14th Street Station on the A, C or E Line of the Metro, and the northern end is near the 34th Street Station of Line 7. There are clear lines on the Google map. Enter "high line" and you can find them. 2. It takes an hour to walk slowly down the whole journey. In the evening, you can watch the sunset of Hudson River in the High Line Park. It's very beautiful. 3. It is suggested to go from north to south. Near the south end is Chelsea Market, the most attractive market in New York. We should try lobster, oysters, lobster rolls and other delicacies.
The High Line is a place worth walking around. The area of the linear park was originally built in the air track system, but after it was abandoned, everyone felt it was a pity, so it was simply built into a park. It's called the high line because the park is on the abandoned railway line higher than the ground. It's interesting to see the old railways when you visit the high-speed railway park. It is suggested that the way to play is from one end to the other. We came up from the downtown side near the Hudson River. We could see New Jersey across the river. Then we went in the uptown direction. We walked for about an hour. There are graffiti, sculpture and small exhibitions along the way. Parks are usually closed after sunset except for special open hours, so if you want to come, you should come earlier.
We come up the staircase from 30th Street on 10th Avenue, down the railway until the end is Whitney Art Museum. It's comfortable and crowded. We walk back from Whitney Art Museum. On 15th Street on 9th Avenue, we see Google's building. There's the famous Chelsea Market opposite. Eat, eat and stroll. Walk around like this, eat, drink and eat for half a day. Think of Xiamen Railway Park
Surprisingly good. Real city scenery, when walking one street after another, block building slides into sight and fades out of sight, wandering in the air, watching vehicles passing by, and New York has a sense of beauty. This once abandoned elevated railway is blooming with unusual brilliance. You can choose to walk from 34th Street at the North end, where there is Line 7, which is very convenient. The more fashionable it is in South Vietnam, you can take the elevator downstairs to Chelsea Market to eat lobster. The market is worth visiting. The southernmost point is the Hudson River. Whitney Art Museum is the river view only. It moved from the old museum. Shortly after its opening, it was full of modernist paintings and photographs. It is worth visiting. It is suggested that the fare be recommended between 19:00 and 22:00 on Friday. Walk elevated for 1 hour, there are many seats, but almost no snacks to buy. Please buy them downstairs and bring them to eat.
High-line parks are far less famous than Central Park among Chinese tourists, but they are one of the most interesting and representative attractions in New York in recent years. First of all, it is a park reconstructed from an abandoned railway, but under limited conditions it has been built into a long and interesting walkway park. Here you can see not only tourists from all over the world, but also local New Yorkers. Shuttling in the cement forest, bowing is scattered in a variety of flowers and grass green space, along the way there are various works of artists from all over the world, making people stop and linger.
High Line Park is located in the west of Midtown Manhattan, New York City, near the Hudson River. It's an abandoned elevated railway. It's a 1.45-mile renovated and beautified trail park. It's designed from 13 Street Meat Market up through Chelsea to 34 Street High Line Park. The idea comes from the flowers and grass blooming all the year round on the Green Trail in Paris, France. Evergreen trees are tall, shade cicadas, birds are singing, and glass fences are installed at several main streets. It is also a good place for taking photos. 33rd Street, the entrance of Cheerxi Street, elevator, convenient legs and feet need to be supported by tourists. This park walk is completely free. Whether it's a two-person world or family fun, it will make you feel the God of nature in a leisurely atmosphere. Qi also respects and cherishes our living environment better by working together to preserve and beautify our environment
The high line is a place worthy of infinite Call. There are old and used railways transformed into narrow Park walks across Westchelsea, backed by Hudson River, Nice! Take Metro Line 7 to the main station and walk for about 15 minutes to the entrance of the High Line Park. Then walk up a flight of stairs and go straight ahead to the Chelsea Market. The total length is about two to three kilometers, in fact, a curved straight line is very easy to walk. In some places, the railway at that time was retained. We can see the contrast between the old and the new. In this way, besides having a good supplement on the greening, we can also transform the old things into fairly good leisure parks, which can be used as a good textbook. Case study of urban renewal. We can see that the nearby area is developing at a high speed, there are many infrastructure projects, as well as hotel projects are completed, I believe that the next time I come to the park again, there will be some new discoveries. The park can be divided into three parts, one is a sea-side walk, the other is a walk through high-rise buildings, and the last is a recreational area with ice skating rinks and other recreational areas.