These three Bollards can be found by the Thames in Richmond and how beautiful they are. We can see they have a square base that is planted in the cobble stones that immediately forms a curve that flares outwards to form a circular lip that now forms a tapering cylindrical column which again flares outward and then tiers inwards to form a rather dandy strawberry shaped top.
The bollards have ornate patterns on the side of each of a floral design, the bollards in Richmond are ornate/dandy and pretty marvellous and the search for others will continue throughout Greater London.
Bollards of London the 124th...
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