Lands’ End is one of the most desolate places on the San Francisco coast. The coast is rocky and the cliffs prone to landsliding. It is also the site of three major shipwrecks.

At low tide, the stern post and boilers of the freighter Ohioan (1937) are visible. Take the stairs down from the Merrie Way parking lot and look over the edge of the northwest vista point. The triple expansion steam engine of the Lyman Stewart (1922) and the Frank Buck’s (1937) stern post and steam engine can be seen along the Coastal Trail between the Vista Point and the Palace of the Legion of Honor.


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