How to turn an underground, abandoned trolley space into a High Line-esque park. And you can visit the prototype in person! (via Proposed Lowline Underground Park Debuts “Solar Harvesters” for Subterranean Photosynthesis (PICS) | Transportation Nation)

How to turn an underground, abandoned trolley space into a High Line-esque park. And you can visit the prototype in person! (via Proposed Lowline Underground Park Debuts “Solar Harvesters” for Subterranean Photosynthesis (PICS) | Transportation Nation)

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    This all sounds REALLY awesome, wish I could go see the exhibit. Ah, if only a trip to NYC weren’t so long and...
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