|Unusual looking bollard...|
|Different bollard top...|
What a week for Bollards of London with an article on page 3 of the Southwark News and then interest spreading to a national newspaper with 'Boll-art' and some #guestbollards appearing in The Sun Newspaper in print and if you click on the link online. Can I say thank you to all of you who made this possible, without your help and especially the #guestbollards this project would not have that twist that makes it a little more than a blog/site run by myself.
Back to the bollards and we are back at the junction of Redchurch Street and Bethnal Green Road E2 where we find two more interesting bollards. If we take a look at the picture (top) we see a circular based cylinder shaped bollard that tapers inwards near its base and rises vertically until it reaches a white triangular patterned band that leads us to a more ornate looking black/white curved spiked top. The picture of the bollard (above) is very similar to the previous Redchurch Street post except for the finish of the top which looks more like an inverted spinning top spike.
I must say a huge thank you to the @LollyGee on the twitter who photographed this wonderful bollard (above) near Kensal Rise with some rather nice red/grey painted inlay on the body but finished off superbly with this rather funny looking grey eyed bobble hat. This certainly does set an even higher bar for #guestbollards and I'm sure is of interest to the @deadlyknitshade !
Bollards of London...