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Northern Spur PreserveThe High Line was originally constructed in the 1930s, to lift dangerous freight trains off Manhattan's streets. By the end of this year, the High Line will be a 1.5-mile-long elevated park, running through the Meatpacking District and West Chelsea neighborhoods. This photo is of the Northern Spur Preserve, between West 16th Street and West 17th Street, looking south towards the Statue of Liberty.
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Typical Cross StreetWest 20th Street, looking east.
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Washington GrasslandsThese grasslands are between Little West 12th Street and West 13th Street.
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Gansevoort WoodlandThis section of the park streches from Gansevoort Street to Little West 12th Street.
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