|Only the 2nd chocolate coloured bollard design in London...|
Welcome to The Stationers' Hall just off Warwick Lane in the City of London. I was having a break and a walk around the city/square mile when I happened to notice this chocolate brown bollard with the crest/emblem of 'The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers' (a city livery company).
If you happen to be in the City of London its certainly worth a visit to just admire the splendour of the exterior of the Hall and of course take a look at the delightful bollard(s). If you take a look at the photograph (below) you can admire the beautiful crest/emblem and make a direct comparison with the actual sign hanging outside from the wall.
|The Stationers' Hall crest/emblem sign...|
The #guestbollard feature on this blog is rather special and I'm never sure who or what type /design of bollards I'll receive via email/tweet.
Today we have two #guestbollards and how funny the first is outside a Salisbury's local in Maidenhead (buy one get one free) where the artist Antony Gormley has some of his bollards placed outside (original bollards were placed in Peckham, South East London). A special thank you to the @LolzHeart on the twitter for this superb photograph (below).
The next #guestbollard (bottom photograph) is brought to us by @PeepingTallulah on the twitter (fellow owner of a wire hair fox terrier) of a contemporary looking bollard complete with reflective band and a to die for E-type Jaguar in the background.
|Anthony Gormley bollards in Maidenhead (not just Peckham)...|
|Bollard with E-type...|
Bollards of London...
PS don't forget I'll be 'Talking Bollards' Tuesday 18th June 2013 for details click on the link www.urbanwoot.com !