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Mountain Lake in the Presidio, c. 1890.

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Photograph of Mountain Lake from 1890 and photograph of Lobos Creek from 1958.

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Lobos Creek, seen here in 1958, which drains to Baker Beach, is one of only two creeks that still run above ground in San Francisco. It provides 4 million gallons a day of fresh water to the Presidio.

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photos courtesy Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA


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