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The N Judah streetcar travels along the perimeter of the park and stops at the intersection of Noe Street and Duboce Street.
The N Judah streetcar travels along the perimeter of the park and stops at the intersection of Noe Street and Duboce Street. The park is attractive and split into a dog-friendly and a children-friendly section. There is a well maintained children's playground that attracts children from the neighborhood.
Duboce Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States
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