|Old for new...|
If we take a look picture (above) we see the 'old' bollard lying above a pile of tactile paving slabs and behind we see the near perfect kerb with a line a of securely planted soon to be painted 'City of London bollards'
If we take a look at the picture (below) we see a great shot/picture of the curve in the road/pavement and the excellence of civil engineering that actually goes into town planning.
|Matt black bollards...|
|Cementing of the bollards...|
If we take a look at the picture (above/below) we see that the bollards have been planted securely in place and then cemented into position before sand is placed above the cement and then levelled ready for the paving slabs to be cut and placed into position. These really are great pictures/photographs of bollards/town planning in action within our great city.
A special thank you once again to the @THEpastamaster on the twitter...
|Getting ready for the paving slabs...|
|#guestbollards Windsor Castle, Park Street Gate...|
|Sphere shaped bollards outside the iconic Ferry building San Francisco, USA...|
Never forget the #guestbollard feature and we just happen to have two fantastic examples on this particular post.
If you take a look at the picture (second above) we see a rather lonely looking bollard that was found outside Windsor Castle. It happens to be a great example of a lonely piece of street furniture photographed by @London_Times we shall take a closer look at this bollard over at 'Bollards of Britian'.
If we look at the beautiful picture (above) of the 'Ferry building' San Francisco, USA we see these pretty large sphere or spherical shaped bollards planted by the kerbside. A big thank you to the @nancyo on the twitter for bringing us this wonderful photograph of the building and the local bollards.
Bollards of London...