|A Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA bollard...|
This is the 191st post (bollard) and I must admit I found these pebble dashed bollards (top picture) in Southwark but forgot to log the street name at time of taking the photograph. I do know the general area is Blackfriars.
What we have hear is a circular/cylindrical concrete bollard that starts with a narrow circular base that then expands its circumference and rises vertically. The bollard is topped off with a shallow dome shaped top. This is obviously a bollard of the seventies when concrete was all the rage and used to build everything that stood in many parts of London.
Now the #guestbollard on the blog/site (above) today is provided by the wonderful @DMARIESTL on the twitter and what an absolute cracker we have here all the way from across the pond in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA.
I tend to let the #guestbollards do the talking but this one is just so simple it certainly stands out from the crowd, a big red ball.
Bollards of London (and the USA)...