Point Pedro and beach looking North to Marin County. Look close and you can see the remnants of the Ocean Shore Railway tracks, which offered Railroad service from San Francisco to Santa Cruz in the early 1900's. Taken near Devils Slide on Hwy 1 - Click Photo for FULL size 1280x960

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Comments (8)

Valdeorrés on July 20, 2009

Excellent landscape. I like your litle Galery. Greetings from Spain.

boskimano on May 10, 2010

Auggee¡¡no encuentro la via?dónde esta? saludos boskimano

Å MR M-Meryem on May 15, 2010

Thank you for comments Auggee İ don't think İ would have more but İ am proud for the one İ have. İ want to share photo with all people and İ like to load them up. there are many who have more than me. Best regards from Meryem

deng54deng@gmail.com on November 17, 2010

alam ini sungguh mengagumkan. ciptaan tuhan yang sangat agung, sebagai hamba saya tidak dapat berbuat apa-apa. maha benar Allah dengan segala firmannya

theguywho1 on February 27, 2011

i dontsee no old railbed? i dont see how there coulda been one ether, that terrain is FAR from railworthy. seams to me like there would be allot of unneeded trouble and the line would have a hard time paying for itself. witch would be why they took it out. if thats supposed to be the railbed on the far hill at the bottom where it looks like theres tunnels, fine, i guess so.

Auggee on February 28, 2011

Thanx for your input. Google "Ocean Shore Railroad", this info should pop up. The coast part of the tracks ran from Pacifica to Santa Cruz on the edge of the coast. The 180 or 270 degree turn @ Point Pedro is described. Tracks were always in need of repair to Half Moon Bay. The Devil Slide area just south of this photo finally stopped the railroad, just as it stopped Hwy 1.

bayernengel on July 30, 2011

sehr schöner Ort, like

deng54deng@gmail.com on March 8, 2013

wah.....wah..... rame ya..... ! ok deh

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 18, 2009
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    by Auggee
    • Camera: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD C960Z,D460Z
    • Taken on 2004/08/27 15:52:23
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/532)
    • Focal Length: 5.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO125
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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