Twelve Architects unveil plans for an urban park reminiscent of New York City's High Line

Twelve Architects has unveiled its plans to transform a disused railway viaduct in Manchester into a “green oasis” reminiscent of New York City’s High Line.

The design, which draws inspiration from James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s New York High Line, is a 330-metre long linear park and will occupy a 130-year-old Grade II-listed viaduct.

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