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Prescot Street E1 just happens to be part of a labyrinth of one way streets/roads around the area adjacent to the City of London and Tower of London. Amongst these streets and roads is a collection of bollards that happen to be very different with some having a story to tell, this particular bollard is the 225th on the blog/site another milestone reached and we march on towards the 250th.
We though are on Prescot Street (top picture) junction of St Mark Street where I found this cylindrical shaped bollard that tapers ever so slightly at the bottom rises vertically and has we can see clearly a small ridge appears before we get to what appears to look like a half baked loaf of soda bread. The bollard is painted black/white or has I like to refer to it Zebra striped.
If we take a look at the picture above could we have a piece of 'boll-art', I'd like to call it 'In persepctive' for we have what appears to be a never ending row of bollards along Marsham Street SW1.
Bollards of London...
PS please do take a look at the relatively new blog/site Bollards of Britain complete with its new feature 'Bollard News'.
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