|No public right of way...|
We are outside St. Marylebone Parish Church on London's busy Marylebone Road. In front of the parish church we can see a grey painted square based bollard that has a ribbed/ridged body that tapers towards an octagonal pointed head/top. This type/design of bollard can be found around London but rarely with a shield/badge attached.
Just below the middle of the body of the bollard we can see clearly a shield shaped sign that informs us that we have 'No public right of way' on the pavement directly in front of the steps of the church. Taking a closer look we can see the eyelet where a rope/chain could be placed to keep us off there land/pavement.
The colour of the bollard is important, it merges rather well with the grey stone stairs/paving slabs, could it be a form of urban camouflage ?
Bollards of London...