Welcome to bollards of London (incorporating bollards of Britain), a site dedicated to those rather odd looking pavement objects you find in the most interesting of places.
Bollards have a history richer than most objects placed upon the pavement and we can easily find some from the earlier part of the 19th Century.
Welcome once again to bollards of London and please do follow/contact me on the twitter @bollardoflondon or via gmail firstname.lastname@example.org #thankyou...
Welcome to London's Hyde Park where I regularly march/jog/run around on Sundays or the occasional week day. I recently came across a water based bollard complete with Seagull standing on its top. You may notice that it looks like the Seagulls have left a few deposits marks upon said bollard.
If we look at the photograph (below) hopefully you will love the reflections in the Serpentine like me.
Bollard with Seagull and passing Geese...
The #guestbollards have a truly international feel to them has they are from Marrakesh, Morocco. May I thank @Sir_Olly_C and @clareangela on the twitter for these truly diverse colourful/black and white bollards/street furniture below, what a trio.
Not often I give up the whole page of my blog but when it happens it is always for a good reason. We have a #guestbollard double bill of two 'Keep Left' bollards but each very different/unique in there own special way.
Above we have a Keep Left 'Banksy' bollard photographed in London, the image was supplied to me by 'Haldo' Street Furniture it happens to be one of there bollards. May I thank @HaldoDevs on the twitter for this great 'Banksy' bollard.
Below we have another Keep Left bollard complete with Ladies shoe the photograph was supplied by @abandonedshoes on the twitter who has a facebook account 'Abandoned Shoe Spotter' which collates photographs of shoes abandoned throughout the United Kingdom, simply brilliant.