Tuesday, July 29, 2008

End of the Line (Part 9)

So here we are, at 14th Street, the beginning of the High Line. This is as close up as I could get as it was beginning to rain, and I thought there might be some cops nearby. From here, we turn around and walk back...click pics for enlargement.







Look for the green return in next post to come!

20 comments:

shutter said...

last shot. These still remind me of scenes from " I Am Legend"

ken mac said...

yep, I was the last man on earth July 4, 2008!

Isadora said...

For some reason I do enjoy these high lines - in Boston too where the train is among the buildings. It will be nice once it is completed.

Mame said...

These are amazing - finally some actual photos instead of CGI. Can you sneak up there again and get us an update?

Iloilo Onfoot said...

I agree with 'shutter'
The last pic reminds me of "I am legend"

ical said...

i can't imagine if Jakarta has an abandoned street. It's would be "heaven" for the homeless and the poor.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Very interesting to see a work in progress! Great documentation, Ken Mac!

Daryl said...

These are wonderful .. having visited several times now its fascinating to see it under construction

Z said...

Oh, you must post new photos! I've seen some in architecture and gardening magazines and it looks really cool!

Style, She Wrote said...

Awesome blog concept. I've enjoyed following your journey!

Costea said...

American greatness and development.

SWTOR News said...

I like these pictures, thanks for sharing them with us!

ollhai said...

Interesting series. Gladly times again there would be!
I am pleased also much, Mr. Bogard (Ken) :-)

Jeni said...

wow Ken ~ great blog! I opened that building on 17th & 10th ~ the Caledonia!! I so miss working there :(! In the bussle of Union Square now!

Sérgio Pontes said...

I love the photos, i will return often

Carraol said...

Magnificent work, congratulations!

Dual said...

Interessante serie di foto di lavori
Gio'
http://remenberphoto.blogspot.com/

Jorge Muñoz said...

I've got to see this next time I visit NY.

Vineeta Yashswi said...

wonderful captures...

Amish Stories said...

Ken I just left your other blog and left a few zingers, sadly I'm drawing a blank trying to come-up with anything funny with this post. But the night is young so I will come-up with something, maybe. Richard from Amish Stories