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Report - Philly Highline

insanebuslady

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A quick jaunt at a place I'd been meaning to visit. New York's got one and so do we. Their highline has been developed into a park while ours remains undeveloped and wild

The Reading Viaduct (also known simply as the Philly Highline) was opened in 1893 as an approach to the new Reading Terminal in downtown Philadelphia. This winding stone viaduct remained in service until it's final passenger run in July 1981. The remaining section of line run from Chinatown to Callowhill St. and offer breathtaking views of the city.

I didn't get to walk the whole length due to time constraints, but I'll be back



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There was even a pretty awesome swing!


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