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We are back in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea at the junction of Pavilion Road where I found this rather beautiful tall slender white painted bollard.
The bollard is different to the usual 'Hans Town 1819' bollards that can be found in this particular ward/district. It has a square base that rises vertically with curved tops that then morph/merge into a slender tapering body that flares outwards to create a muzzle look capped off with a small cannon ball top.
This part of London is a sought after area to live in and is close to Knightsbridge/Harrods. If you take a look at the brickwork in the background you'll notice its red terracotta colour and beautiful semi and circular windows complete with stone borders and keystones.
Bollards of London...
Hans House, 1896 "Queen Anne" style (isn't the internet wonderful)ReplyDelete