Hudson River Park Map

Map of Hudson River Park

chip="mw-headline" id="Geschichte">Geschichte[edit]>> The Hudson River Park is a riverside park on the North River (Hudson River) and is the part of Manhattan Waterfront Greenway that stretches from 59th Street to Battery Park in New York's Manhattan district. It' a 550 acres (2. 2 km2) park[2] that stretches 4. 5 mile (. 7.

2 km) and makes it the second largest park in Manhattan after Central Park.

This park was created as part of the West Side Highway substitution program as part of the Westway roadmap. Cycle and footpaths that span the park from North to South open up the promenade for leisure activities. There is a park with football and football pitches, punch boxes, a children's play area, a meadow for dogs and much more.

There are also several reconstructed North Riveriers along its length, which used to be used for navigation. The Hudson River Park links many other recreation areas and sights. The route passes through the Manhattan districts of Lower Manhattan (including Battery Park City, World Trade Center and Tribeca), Greenwich Village (including the West Village and Meatpacking District), Chelsea and Midtown West (including Hudson Yards and Hell's Kitchen/Clinton).

Plenty of open areas in the park allow non-sporting recreational activities. Clinton Cove (55th Street), 84th Street Passenger Street (44th Street),[32] Fourteenth Street Park and 45 Passenger Street are vast, unobstructable sunny areas and favourite places. Originally Jetty 63 was near No. 23 Street, near Chelsea Piers and Hudson River Park.

This was bought by John Krevey from a used vehicle dealer in Staten Island in October 1996 and shipped with a tractor. In the past, it transported goods wagons across the Hudson River before container cargo or tunnel under the river appeared. Formerly, the onshore side of Pier 63 was used as a transhipment point for the Baltimore and Ohio railways, where cargo was shifted from wagons on barge to domestic transport.

The 66th Street jetty is used for boating and canoeing. The West Midtown Ferry Terminal is used by NY Waterway, while Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises uses the pier 83. These two airlines were instrumental in rescuing US Airways Flight 1549, which landed on the Hudson in January 2009.

The 79 embankment is connected to a ventilation duct of the Lincoln Tunnel. The Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, whose heart is the USS Intrepid, an airplane rack that was used from World War II to the Vietnam War, is located at West Street's West 86th Street jetty. At one time, this jetty was used as a ferry port for United States Lines.

The 88-92 pier is part of New York's passenger ship terminal, where a number of advanced cruisers and giant oceans moor. 1942 the USS Lafayette (formerly SS Normandie) fished at Pier 88 and stayed there a year. Hudson River Park lovers. Accessed April 25, 2015.

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