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 At six points on the steel rail along the Orange Boardwalk, which is usually punctured by regular pencil-sized holes to prevent overheating, the rail is water-jet cut with drawings that tell the stories of the park, its people and infrastructure. Visitors to the park can create rubbings of their favorite signs.
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 Park railings rise up to offer park navigation, rules, and an oversize size showing the entire city in relation to the river. At the front entrance to the park, the railing is cut in the profiles of characters from other signs to introduce the stories that come together on the site.
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