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Larkspur
Marin County, California

Larkspur, Greenbrae, and Corte Madera cluster around the estuary of Corte Madera Creek. The channel was dredged to allow high speed ferries to dock at Larkspur Landing, the main northern terminus of the Golden Gate Ferry system. Many people use this for commuting, but it is also makes a great day trip to the city just for fun. There are also special ferry runs direct to AT&T Park for SF Giants baseball games.


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Underneath Highway 101 at Greenbrae

Underneath Highway 101 at Greenbrae

Underneath Highway 101 at Greenbrae

Larkspur Landing, California

Date photographed: January 13, 2007
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Opposite the boardwalk at Greenbrae

Opposite the boardwalk at Greenbrae

Opposite the boardwalk at Greenbrae

Larkspur Landing, California

Date photographed: January 13, 2007
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Larkspur Landing Bridge

Larkspur Landing Bridge

Pedestrian bridge over Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to the Larkspur Landing ferry terminal.

Larkspur Landing, California

Date photographed: November 4, 2011
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Opposite the ferry terminal at Larkspur Landing

Opposite the ferry terminal at Larkspur Landing

Opposite the ferry terminal at Larkspur Landing

Larkspur Landing, California

Date photographed: January 13, 2007
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Statue of de Anza at Larkspur

Statue of de Anza at Larkspur

Statue of de Anza at Larkspur

Larkspur Landing, California

Date photographed: January 13, 2007
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Spanish explorer de Anza commemorated with a statue at Larkspur

Spanish explorer de Anza commemorated with a statue at Larkspur

Spanish explorer de Anza commemorated with a statue at Larkspur

Larkspur Landing, California

Date photographed: January 13, 2007
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