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07 Jul, 2009

Green route – Manhattan’s High Line & Singapore’s Henderson Waves

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Biodiversity|Gardens|Green Eco Building|Green roof

Manhattan High Line Park

Manhattan High Line Park

Manhattan’s High Line is an old railway track that has been out of use since 1980, now greened over with a long park and path.

Friends of Manhattan’s High Line >

It was used as a freight line, so it is emblematic of the way modern cities are converting urban architecture, like the Tate Modern in London in an old power station.

It is only 1.5 miles long, and is now a secret garden in the sky, and is not very well known.

In Singapore there is a park elevated bridge over a park at treetop level called Henderson Waves, which is due a blog soon. Eco tourism is the next big thing.

We have an image library for Henderson’s Wave Singapore images >

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