The London administration has received a proposal to redesign an abandoned railway, which connects Camden and King's Cross, into a suspension park that can compete with the New York High Line. It is expected that the new public garden (18 meters length) will shorten the time, which is needed to go by foot from Camden to King's Cross, to 10 minutes.
According to the plan of Camden Town Unlimited, the park 18 meters length and 8 meters height will be set up at the place where there are unused railroad tracks now - near the Camden Town station.
Earlier, this line ran through eight roads and seven bridges, and was to become a part of the city overground. The park will begins in the Kentish Town Road area and extend to Caledonian Road. The architect's offices Studio Weave and Architect 00 worked on the park's project. During the work they were inspired by the suspension park in New York.