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Morning fog rolling out to sea. Santa Cruz, CA. 2016.

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Santa Cruz Boardwalk.

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Lighthouse State Beach and West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz, California.

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Santa Cruz Boardwalk.

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Natural Bridges State Beach, Santa Cruz, California.

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Walton Lighthouse - Santa Cruz, CA, USA.

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Picnic basket wall treatment. Santa Cruz, CA.

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Martinelli's Sparkling Apple Cider. Watsonville CA., near Santa Cruz.

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2013 Wharf To Wharf Run. Santa Cruz to Capitola, CA.

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Blue Whale skeleton. UC, Santa Cruz Marine Lab.

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Santa Cruz Surfing Museum. Santa Cruz, CA.

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Snuff your butts!

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Spare change=change.

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National Register #92000268 Garfield Park Branch Library 705 Woodrow Avenue Santa Cruz Built 1915. This Carnegie Library was designed by architect W. H. Weeks in the Classical Revival style. He also designed the Santa Cruz Main Library and two more branch libraries, all funded by Carnegie and built between 1904 -1921. Of the 4 buildings, only the Garfield Park and Seabright branches survive. Garfield Park remains a branch library and Seabright houses the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural…

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Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk A local landmark since 1907, this boardwalk was one of the first amusement parks in California. It is now the only oceanside amusement park operating on the West Coast. The boardwalk is the site of two rare attractions, the 1911 carousel and the 1924 Giant Dipper roller coaster. Both were manufactured by members of the Looff family, some of the nations earliest and most prominent makers of amusement rides. California Registered Historical Landmark No. 983.

California Historical Landmark #983: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in Santa Cruz County

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National Register #97001634 Elias H. Robinson House 363 Ocean Street Santa Cruz Built 1888. The Elias H. Robinson House is a two 1/2 story cross-gabled, wood frame building, irregular in plan resting on a concrete perimeter foundation. The house was designed by Santa Cruz architect Daniel Damkroeger in a modified Stick/Eastlake style known as the Alpine style. Loosely based on Swiss country houses, the Alpine style employed scroll sawn flatwork and wide overhanging sharply flared eaves.

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National Register #87000764 Looff Carousel and Giant Dipper Roller Coaster Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Beach Street and Leibrandt Svenue Santa Cruz.

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National Register #75000482 Golden Gate Villa 924 3rd Street Santa Cruz Built 1891 Golden Gate Villa, designed by Thomas J. Welch of San Francisco, was built as a summer home for Major Frank W. McLaughlin, who named it after one of his mining ventures in Oroville. The residence has three stories, a full basement, an attic, 2 full towers and one half-tower. The main tower was the highest point in Santa Cruz at the time of the villas completion and was dedicated to the fathers of Mission SC.

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National Register #86000456 Carmelita Court 315-321 Main Street Santa Cruz Built 1866-1888 Carmelita Court is a quaint collection of cottages on a single lot with heavy, mature landscaping in the citys Beach Hill area. The 6 wood frame cottages, constructed primarily between 1866 and 1888, display vernacular variations of 19th c. classical styling. Major additions were made to several of the structures early in the 20th c., but the overall historic appearance of the complex remains intact.

National Register #86000456: Carmelita Court in Santa Cruz, California

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National Register #82002274 Cope Row Houses brAKA Abbott Row Houses 412-420 Lincoln Street Santa Cruz Built 1894 The Cope Row Houses, built in late 1894 for William T. Cope, represent a rare and well-preserved example of attached rowhouse construction, a building type seldom found in the American West. These homes constitute the only row houses in Santa Cruz and part of a small group of such structures in Northern California. Outside San Francisco, the row house form was and is seldom…

National Register #82002274: Cope Row Houses in Santa Cruz, California

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The original Surf City.

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Surfing at Pleasure Point.

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Santa Cruz Surfing Museum, in the lighthouse.

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Lighthouse Field State Park.

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Pelicans on the wharf.

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