Travel Spotting: The Low Line in NYC

When you’ve exhausted strolling the High Line in NYC, however beautifully scenic it may be… only a hop skip and a jump away, right across town in the Lower East Side (LES), lies the Low Line.

Sitting below Delancey Street is a vast trolley terminal that has been left abandoned for the last 60 years. The terminal once operated cars that crossed the Williamsburg Bridge to Brooklyn, looping back. The terminal measures approximately 2 acres — a vast amount of space, especially when compared to the average NYC park, which can often be surveyed within seconds by the naked eye.

via Inhabitat.com


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