Saturday, 12 September 2009

Curved Column of St Paul's Bollards...

Polished, stone/granite bollards guarding the paved area immediately outside the front of St Paul's Cathedral. In fact they look like a group of extras for an episode of Dr Who or a set of pawns for a game of giant chess.

Taking a closer look these are cylindrical bollards with a grove topped with a what can only be described as a stone from a curling match. These bollards though are here to keep vehicles away from the front of St Paul's which is a view and pedestrianised area that is worth keeping free of vehicles.

So yet again the City of London chucks up a different class and style of bollard and I can only say I'm sure their are plenty more...

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