Changing Skyline: Building plan may hem in the Rodin

Posted on Friday, Aug 08, 2014
The Rodin Museum is a beloved Philadelphia icon, a taut little neoclassical temple designed for the Parkway by one of the city's master architects, Paul Philippe Cret. The City Branch rail bed is a cultural treasure of a very different sort. Some envision the exuberantly overgrown right-of-way as a ribbon park that could link the Reading Viaduct to the Art Museum.
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