|Bollard with dog doo bin...|
|A chunky white bollard...|
Let's start at the top where we have a bog standard bollard with chain plus a rather clumsy but practical dog doo bin. Pleased to say not a sign of any dog mess in the dock so the bins are been used.
The second bollard featured on this post (above) certainly has a use to tether/tie or should I say moor this rather nice boat to the dock wall. Its painted white in colour a short stumpy looking bollard with a horizontal near cylindrical shaped back to ensure the rope and then boat doesn't slip its mooring.
The bollard (below) forms part of a railing complete with two cable tied signs. The top sign warns you are near edge and close to water. The second prohibits swimming within the dock/basin.
Our final bollard (bottom) is a little older and may hark back to an era when the dock/basin was a busy place for work/employment of dockers unloading goods/commodities. Today the dock/basin is a beautiful to just walk about admire some of the boats along with the bird life that can be found here.
|Bollard with railing and warning sign...|
|Eye level with a bollard base...|
Bollards of London...