Yet again I'm drawn back into the City of London to take another look at the vast range of bollards they appear to plant and create all over the square mile. The type we see in the picture is a ultra slim or thin pavement bollard which we tend to find in or should I say upon the narrow pavements of the many narrow streets and roads of the city.
Its colour is exactly the same as the latest vintage fatter bollards with the white top red stripes and stars plus two thirds of the way down the body we find the crest/coat of arms of the Corporation of London. The attention to detail is just wonderful and worrying at the same time, but I must say when it comes to bollards the City of London would give any place in the world a run for its money.
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