Up the El Monte steps (119, first pic) from Bridgeway, headed north on Bulkley, taking advantage of the short below-street walkway (pix 2, 3).
First new sighting was 28 steps up from approximately 87 to 93 Girard to a driveway with a dead-end on the north side. Short, yeah, but I liked the houses here: pic 4.
The next street to the south was Locust's steep vehicle part, so uphill on Locust, then its 60 steps to Cazneau.
At the dead-end of Spring an unmaintained trail looked tempting, but reconsidered and continued on the streets.
At Rodeo & Nevada, up a little way into an openspace I thought might be a park, though no signage. The pavement had a diamondy design as I passed the tops of some houses.
Back down again, then downhill (pic 5) on Nevada to Marin where I found a nice long stairway. Look for 27-35 Marin Ave. on Google Maps street view for the top. It's concrete, railed, unnamed, with 32 steps to Marin (it winds) below (pics 6, 7, 8). It continues directly across the street to come out at Nevada near Tomales: 115 steps total (second block: pix 9, 10, 11). Foot at Nevada near Tomales, pic 12.
Finding myself on a sidewalk next to trafficky Bridgeway, looked around for a stairway to take me back up again. This one's old concrete and old wood, with all-wood for the top at 212-220 Woodward, 75 steps. It's called "Maple," according to Google Maps, but no signs at either end, pix 13 through 18.
Circling back, passed the foot of the longest stairway found here so far (more fotos in a previous post), Laurel Lane (299 steps) at Easterby & Woodward. Pix 19, 20, 21.
Pic 22: Foot of Langendorf Park, its upper stairs in an earlier post.
Strongly attracted to this short dead-end street and its houses: last pic, Filbert Court; a sign sez it's a private street.