The High Line, an elevated promenade grafted onto an abandoned railroad track, is just beginning to awaken in late April. On an overcast, somewhat windy, chilly day, when the memories of Easter and Passover were already fading, quite a few hardy souls enjoyed the uniquely New York walk.
Some basked in an imagined summer sun.
There were definite rewards.
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The third and last part of the High Line is under construction. It loops around the Hudson Yards and juts out with the spur on 30th St. The support beams are unself-consciously beautiful. (See the last two pictures.)