4 July 2011

What a load of bollards

Bollards. There, I've said it again!
They are all over London and all sorts of different shapes. Some are there to protect pedestrians, buildings and corners; others have dual purpose as boundary markers.
My 'collection' is quite pathetic compared to Maggie's set... she's bollard mad!

Top: Caledonian Rd, Bow Common Lane, Hoxton, Acton.
Middle: Carter Lane, Lambs Conduit St, Leytonstone, Holland Park.
Bottom: Camden, Middlesex St, Highgate, Upper St.

1 comment:

  1. Few of the bollards seems to be as old as Queen Elizabet 1


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