While we wait to find out if a giant locomotive will be dangling over the High Line in the future, a much smaller-scale exhibit has popped up along the elevated park. Starting today, the Lilliput exhibit—named for the island of little people from Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels—is taking over tiny parts of the park. Six artists have created the miniature sculptures, which are all "installed in unusual and unexpected places at the High Line... to create an art treasure hunt for visitors." Click through for a little preview before stumbling over the pieces yourself—they'll be there through next April.