Photographic Print. Sutro Baths at Point Lobos Avenue, Land's End, Outer Richmond, San Francisco, California.
The first time I looked at this view of the ruins of Sutro Baths, seated in a booth in Louis' Diner, I said that area of rocks reminds me of the scene in Harold and Maude where Maude falls down a hole. I researched it and the scene was filmed there. The world's largest indoor palace of 7 salt water swimming pools was opened by an eccentric entrepreneur called Adolph Sutro in 1896. Close to Cliff House at Seal Rocks, it housed a museum collection of odd specimens from his travels, including Egyptian mummies, stuffed polar bears and apes, and totem poles. He opened his gardens as a landscaped park called Sutro Heights and built a train track service to bring residents out to his entertainment palace. The tracks used to run along the Lands End trail.
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