Artist Brent Wahl looks at a part of an art installation he and Laynie Browne made, at the Rail Park, Thursday June 7, 2018 in Philadelphia. The quarter-mile-long Rail Park is scheduled to open to visitors Thursday June 14, the first phase of a park that supporters hope will eventually span 3 miles through the center of Philadelphia via former Reading Railroad tunnels, rail cuts and elevated platforms. The end result would be about twice the length and width of New York's High Line.
Artist Brent Wahl looks at a part of an art installation he and Laynie Browne made, at the Rail Park, Thursday June 7, 2018 in Philadelphia. The quarter-mile-long Rail Park is scheduled to open to visitors Thursday June 14, the first phase of a park that supporters hope will eventually span 3 miles through the center of Philadelphia via former Reading Railroad tunnels, rail cuts and elevated platforms. The end result would be about twice the length and width of New York's High Line. Jacqueline Larma AP Photo
Artist Brent Wahl looks at a part of an art installation he and Laynie Browne made, at the Rail Park, Thursday June 7, 2018 in Philadelphia. The quarter-mile-long Rail Park is scheduled to open to visitors Thursday June 14, the first phase of a park that supporters hope will eventually span 3 miles through the center of Philadelphia via former Reading Railroad tunnels, rail cuts and elevated platforms. The end result would be about twice the length and width of New York's High Line. Jacqueline Larma AP Photo

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