Had expected another slightly raised platform with a few steps like the old one. No doubt new plantings will soon improve upon the present net-covered bareness here. There are three benches in a row, like the benches at the other overlooks, with an older bench a short distance to the east. The ground directly beneath the new benches is concrete and the rest hard-packed. Pix 5 through 9.
You'll have a view of the Marin Headlands, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Presidio's westside, including Lincoln Blvd. as it winds uphill. At the east trailhead now is a large Lands End sign, a couple of park map/infosigns, and some directional signage like the older ones on the main trail (mid-park). Pic 10.
Started off at the Lands End Lookout (pix 11, 12), moving past the top of the lower parking lot overlook steps (126, pix 13, 14), curving round to the main Coastal/Lands End Trail.
Visits to a favorite "Tony's Trail," reached by a short stairway up from Fort Miley and another down from the VA Hospital parking lot. The trail (15 through 18) zigs down through thick sand to the El Camino del Mar Trail; the connector stairs (pic 19, about 89 steps) between the El Camino del Mar (pic 20) and main Lands End/Coastal Trail; and a bit of between-trails scenery: 21 and 22.
Two long stairways are necessary to hike the whole Lands End trail out to the east trailhead, one up and one down. First, the "Painted Rock" up (pic 23, 138 steps), not as green as it should be this time of year, but still with some new grass showing up. At the top of this, down the 117 or so various kinds of steps on the east side (pic 24). At the foot of the eastside steps, a don't-hike-down-here sign (pic 25).
After checking out the new Eagles Point, crossed the street (a crosswalk would be welcomed here) to continue on the sandy trail that's just below the east edge of the Lincoln Park golf course, and down the 52 steps that still await tiling. The artwork for the top benches (last two pix) was completed several years ago.