Costal Remains: Exploring the Sutro Baths


Explore the Sutro Baths ruins and other awesome sights of San Francisco’s coastline.

Far away from the hustle and bustle San Francisco’s busy streets lay the ruins of the Sutro Baths. Situated in the northwest coastline of San Francisco, the Sutro Baths were once a large and privately owned swimming pool facility built in the late 19th century. Due to the high costs of maintaining such a facility, the baths were scheduled to be demolished, but a fire in 1966 destroyed the building, as a result leaving the complex abandoned.

Photo By shegoesto11

Currently, the ruins can be visited by the public, making it a perfect subject for Lomographers. Grab your favorite camera and join us as we explore the ruins, take in the endless horizon of the Pacific Ocean and trek along the numerous trails surrounding the Sutro Baths.

Loaner cameras and film will be provided for attendees and of course this is all FREE!

Sutro Baths
Point Lobos Ave & Merrie Way
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
San Francisco, CA 94121

Saturday October 22nd
Meet in the parking lot
Parking is located on Point Lobos Avenue



written by lomographysf on 2011-09-21 #news #event #ruins #coastline #san-francisco #trails #sutro-baths

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