Disused Limehouse track could mirror New York Highline


A disused railway bridge in Limehouse, east London, could become a unique park if plans for a major transformation get the go-ahead.

Developers are looking to the success of New York's Highline, which has been a huge success.

Gareth Morris, from What If Architects, said he wanted to create a space where people could do more than just eat their lunch, while Design for London's Tobias Goevert said he was interested in the design's potential for other areas in London.

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