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The West Point Inn shortly after its completion in 1904; Railroad passengers would disembark and take the Pipe Line trail to the left to the Mountain Theater; The Tamalpais Conservation Club guest registry is at the foot of the sone walkway.
1 photographic print; 18 x12.5 cm.
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt687025tc CMLPL_007 Photo cabinet 1, Hotels and Taverns - The West Point Inn
Taverns (Inns) Hotels Railroad tracks Railroad stations Walkways Theaters Clubs Conservation of natural resources The West point Inn Stone walkway, Pipe Line Trail Mountain theater Tamalpais Conservation Club Registry
Mount Tamalpais Mill Valley (Calif.)
Selected photograph from page 149 of “Mount Tamalpais A History” by Lincoln Fairley