My first longer stairway discovery of the day, just past Locust, was 85 steps up from Girard to Filbert (approx. 89 Girard, its foot found on Google Maps Streetview later): older concrete with the last, top, section wood steps and wood-railed. (pics 6, 7, 8, 9).
Continued uphill to the dead-end of Marie where there are a couple of benches and 25 wood steps, a short connector mentioned in a previous post (pic 10), up to Woodward.
Another treat: Langendorf Park has 52 wood steps down from Woodward to picnic tables and a playground, pics 11, 12, 13.
Back up on Woodward again, came to an old stairway whose foot (pic 14) can be seen on Google Maps in Streetview (look up 117-123 Woodward). Continuing up this one, there's a welcoming bench (pic 15) at the 163rd step. Pics: 16, 17, 18, 19. This corresponds with "Laurel Lane" on Google Maps though the stairway has no sign at either end. The steps climb to a cul-de-sac (pic 20).
This is the longest Sausalito stairway I've found so far at 299 steps; beats out Cable Roadway's 288. Laurel continues steeply uphill about a block as a vehicle street to Toyon.
Other street names noticed: Platt, Currey, Vista Clara, Crecienta. The freeway wasn't crossable here. Could see some street exit names on a freeway sign through the trees; the first was Spencer. Trees shielded most of the freeway from the homes, but there was still plenty of noise. I suppose one gets used to it to a certain extent.