We are at the river Thames end of Tite Street just opposite Dilke Street where I recently found these beautiful stone bollards complete with interesting linked chain. The bollard sits on a near square base and then rises whilst the body tapers inwards towards a tiered flat top. Looking at the bollard (above) you'll notice the eyelet to the right hand side of the bollard and the rectangular linked chain.
|A rather pleasant gate...|
|A wider shot/photograph...|
If we look at the photographs (above) you'll notice that the bollard featured is a pair and you should also notice the two smaller domed bollards that protect the edges of the columns which support the walls and fixings for the gates.
The #guestbollard feature today is of a rather wonderful looking Richmond Green bollard photographed by @PeterMannionMP on the twitter. The design of bollard is not uncommon but the Royal crest/crown completes this rather beautiful ribbed/ridged white painted bollard.
On a slightly different note I've decided to put to use http://facebook.com/bollards.london account and see if it spreads the word of bollards as effectively as you and @twitter.
|A beautiful example of a Richmond Green bollard...|