Sunday, 23 May 2010
If you happen to be in Whitehall you'll notice the explosion of bollards designed to protect the various Government offices that line this marvellous street/road.
In the centre of the road lots of construction material is left behind fencing for the various contractors but what I did notice the other day was the two stone bollards on a paved area which houses a statue.
The bollard nearest to me is wearing away at a pretty decent rate when compared to its opposite number.
Welcome once again to bollards of London...
Sunday, 16 May 2010
Yes take a trip down to East Dulwich Grove in Peckham south east London and you'll come across the now famous Anthony Gormley bollards.
These bollards certainly do stand out from the usual bollards that we witness all over the capital.
These two bollards don't really look that interesting but they certainly show that conceptual artists get in on the act everywhere and not just in galleries...
I wonder what these bollards would fetch at auction ?
Saturday, 8 May 2010
Here in the City of London we have found an ornate pavement bollard taken out and then surrounded by cones and tape to protect members of the public from this now pavement hazard. But wasn't this bollard a hazard in the first place ?
You may have noticed in the background the new tubular stainless steel traffic bollards with "keep left" sign.
Could this be a warning to Clegg ? I jest...