A new art installation could give the High Line a look that may seem a little "loco".
Plans are in the works to install a replica of a 1943 steam locomotive engine by artist Jeff Koons over the elevated Manhattan park.
The 70-foot sculpture, dubbed "Train", would be suspended from a crane dangling over the High Line.
It would be made of mostly steel and carbon fiber, and is expected to weigh several tons.
Right now, the project is only in the early planning stages.
Friends of the High Line, the non-profit that manages the park, is hoping to find a donor or donors to sponsor the $25 million project.
The sculpture was initially planned for a plaza at Tenth Avenue and 18th Street but the space was not big enough.
Officials say the installation pays homage to the park's history as a former railroad line.