Sunday, 21 March 2010

Bollards of BP...

There I was filling up my taxi-cab at the BP petrol station on the Finchley Road and what do I notice but these yellow coloured ball top bollards marking the boundary of this very popular petrol station.

It seems that even the oil companies have got in on the act and decided to produce these rather odd looking bollards, although I must say they do seem to complement the newish green colour/branding of the worlds finest oil company.

These bollards mark the boundary and sit on a square base, with a slightly tapering cylindrical column painted white with a yellow ribbed ball planted top. Why the ball at the top well my guess is that it stops people placing cups or cans on them.

Notice in the background the local council bollards?

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