|[+]||Astor Park takes up an oversize block bounded by Porlier, Clay, Roosevelt, and Eliza Streets, just a block east of Webster Avenue. The block had been set aside for public use in James Duane Doty's original plat of Astor.||
[+] This marker at the southeast corner of the park recalls the site's history.
|The park includes a shelter house, wading pool, playground, tennis courts, ball diamond, picnic and garden areas.||
[+] Snow-covered playground equipment seen from Eliza Street with the shelter house (and tennis court) beyond.
[+] The back side of the the shelterhouse has been decorated for the benefit of people on Clay Street.
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