Thursday, June 11, 2015

The 606 Map

The 606 is a new linear park in Chicago which was created from the disused elevated Bloomingdale Line railway.

You can explore the new 2.7 mile elevated linear park on the 606 Map. The map shows the location of the new park and all the access points along its length. You can also use the map to find nearby parks, points of interest and nearby public transit stops.

Unfortunately a little design flaw (placing the site header on top of the map) means that if you use Google Maps Street View option you can't get back to the map. The 606 Map also seems to have carelessly cut-off the Google logo and the map data copyright legend.

Via: Visualoop

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