Eventually, if things continue apace, every city on earth will turn some piece of disused infrastructure into a park and have its own version of the High Line. What makes this planned one in Singapore notable is a) it's 15 miles long, and b) it looks positively magical, at least in the renderings. The Nikken Sekkei-designed park will include over 100 access points and 20 modular platforms. And, oh yeah, that climbing wall.
· Disused 15-Mile Railway to Become Country-Wide Park in Singapore [Web Urbanist]