First stairway actually walked today was an old wooden one with 42 steps (pix 5, 6) down to the beach from near Valley and Second. Noticed the top of this on a previous hike and had vowed to go back to check it out.
Back up again, curving round to the south on Alexander, came to the east end of Edwards and climbed the steep street, soon passing where I'd left off on a previous hike.
From Edwards, started up Marion, past two private driveways at the end of it to a rough mountain trail with no name, just a chain across it (pic 7, 8). However, Google Maps (maps) has indicated a trail in this location with the name, "Hecht Avenue." According to them it's an up-and-back that runs just below the freeway. I didn't get anywhere near the end. It's a rugged trail where I was; certainly not an "avenue."
Climbed a little way up, wishing to continue but limited as to how far I could wind around up here before I had to start back. This trail is delightfully unimproved, covered with leaves, twigs, and lots of eucalyptus bark, slippery, isolated, and forested where I was (pic 9, 10). Reminded me of the way Mount Sutro used to look before all the trailwork started. I liked that "roughness."
Back down on paved Marion again (pix 11, 12, 13), though there was a "Not a Through Street" sign at its beginning, decided to check for stairways anyway since dead-end signs are placed there for cars. Nope, at the very end of (lower) Marion there was a breathtaking view (pic 14) but no stairs down to another street.
Back down to Edwards, then Sausalito Blvd., very long and winding, finally reaching the upper Cable Roadway steps that ascend from here (there's a sign). Curved down to Crescent (sign here too: pic 15) for the lower part of Cable Roadway. This is the second-longest Sausalito stairway (289 total) I've found so far (longest is Laurel Lane). Cable Roadway is all steps except for one steep block at the top up to Prospect.
A few pix of lower Cable Roadway (196 for this part): 16 through 19.
Continuing my long descent, passed other familiar beauties, among these the top of the first pic above, Southview Park on North (pic 20), top of West Court's steps (103), an unnamed long stairway climbed on a previous hike up from Atwood, and the short pedestrian walkways below Bulkley (pic 21).
Bench and 22 steps from Bulkley up to Harrison: last two pics.