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Sidetracked - The N Judah Traditional Cache

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Resetti: A nice little cache that I think has finally gone walkies. Seeing as I no longer live in SF anymore I will archive. I'll be back SF!

Hidden : 01/02/2012
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Many a time have I taken the N Judah line to and from the city. Decided it needed a homage cache.

Nice quick and easy micro here. The N Judah is one of several tram lines that runs throughout San Francisco. Fortunately for me being a student it also has a late night bus called the N Owl which runs a similar route.

The N Judah is a Muni Metro line in San Francisco, California, so called as it runs along Judah Street for much of its length, named after railroad engineer Theodore Judah. It links downtown San Francisco to the Cole Valley and Sunset neighborhoods. It is the busiest line in the Muni Metro system. It was one of San Francisco's streetcar lines, beginning operation in 1928, and was converted to modern light rail operation with the creation of the Muni Metro system in the late 1970s. While many streetcar lines were converted to bus lines after World War II, the N Judah remained a streetcar line due to its use of the Sunset Tunnel.

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