The Santa Rosa to Spencer stairway, a favorite, is a good long one but there’s no line to mark it on the Maps section.
So you can’t always depend on Google Maps when it comes to pinpointing stairways. Oak St. can’t even be located by searching its name, but it does have a street sign at its foot. This one climbs from West & Central to Crescent.
For Noble Lane up from Atwood, there’s no indication that it’s a through stairway, but you can input the name and get its location. Its foot shows up well on Street View but there's no street sign.
“Maple” shows up as an actual street from Bridgeway to Woodward, but it’s a stairway.
Some you can see the tops or bottoms of on Street View if there aren’t too many trees. You can’t always be sure if these are just steps up or down to a residence from the foot or top though, especially if the stairway turns.
Went to do a recount of the Bee St. steps as I hadn’t counted the continuations of it after the first flight. Had seen the two other sections as separate shorter ones up from the street I was on.
So yeah, Bee (30 or so for the first flight, with a railed incline at its foot to start, pics 5 through 8), continues up with more across the street at Girard (pic 9).
The last of the three flights was one I’d wandered up a few months ago, finding it through and counting it as a separate flight (pix 10, 11) up from the vehicle street I’d been on at the time. The steps have been improved upon since I was up there last. It comes out at a house’s parking space (pic 12), 148 steps total. After reaching its top, you still need to climb a short but steep concrete stretch from the residence to Cazneau, pic 13.
Pic 14: The thoughtfully placed bench partway up Laurel Lane.
Pic 15: The last, steep, block of Laurel Lane is a vehicle street. In this foto, the top of the 299 steps (longest found here so far) is at the center near the white cars.
Locust’s upper block that I descended this time is first a shady wood stairway with 60 steps (pix 16, 17), then a steep vehicle street in the middle, two short concrete stairways a few yards apart (13 or so for one of these, pic 18), and finally a couple more blocks of a regular street as one continues downhill.
About 29 steps descend to Girard from these homes just off Locust: 19, 20, 21.
A house on lower Glen, pic 22.
Parking spot near Santa Rosa on Harrison between the El Monte and Excelsior stairways: pic 23.
Down Excelsior Lane: Last three pix.