Sunday, 23 July 2017

Bollards are Back...

Bollards are back and we've decided to take a look at some rather little stumpy working/used bollards I found at Mevagissey harbour a few weeks ago.

Black in colour with a white painted near mushroom like top these bollards work and used for rope or chain to be placed over the top and pulled tight securing a boat of fishing vessel to the harbour side.

Now that the blog has returned in a new national form I've decided to keep a couple of features from my old blog 'Bollards of London' and those will be #guestbollards and bollard news.

On the twitter front I lost access to an old email account which has cost me access to @bollardoflondon so rather than waste anymore time begging for access I have set up a new twitter account @BollardsBritain therefore please do follow.

Over the coming weeks/months I will be featuring from time to time the best of 'Bollards of London' if you do come across a bollard which you feel maybe of interest please do forward me a picture/photograph with location and I'll do my best to feature bollard here.

Bollards of Britain...

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