Monday, 13 June 2011

South London Bollards...

We have crossed the river Thames to an area just south of Westminster Bridge called Carlisle Lane which is in the London Borough of Lambeth and close to Waterloo station.

The bollards above are made from concrete and merely mark a boundary of a piece of land. They are small cylindrical stumpy looking bollards with domed tops and three deep cut away sections that rope could easily be wrapped or tied around.

These bollards match this rather sad piece of disused land and in an odd sort of way make the case for redevelopment of this part of capital.

Bollards of London...

1 comment:

  1. More beautiful than many a modernist sculpture...

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