Love on the Rail Park | Flickr

The Rail Park’s first quarter-mile section, which officially opens on June 14, follows the gentle curve of a former rail spur, rising from Noble Street just east of Broad to the middle of the 1100 block of Callowhill Street. Ultimately, the Rail Park is envisioned as a three-mile linear park that might someday connect 10 neighborhoods, from Poplar to Brewerytown. The first phase has cost about $11 million, and reuse of the rest of the elevated viaduct as a park easily could exceed $50 million.

— Ashley Hahn

Callowhill’s Walking Guide: Bob Bruhin on Vimeo – Urban Landscapes

Bob Bruhin leads walking tours throughout the Callowhill section of Philadelphia focusing both on urban revival in the neighborhood and David Lynch.

Source: Callowhill’s Walking Guide: Bob Bruhin on Vimeo – Urban Landscapes

The Berwyn Center PARK(ing) in The Eraserhood | Luminance HD… | Flickr

The Berwyn Center PARK(ing) in The Eraserhood
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Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march
“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…