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Bollards and Art

Bollards and Art

As I said in an earlier post, I’d like to give a chance for people to appreciate something they would normally overlook or not even see, but I’m not the only one. Bollards have not gone entirely unnoticed. A number of artists, even today, are working with their councils to […]

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Traffic Bollards

Traffic Bollards

After the rapid technological development of transportation brought legions of cars, buses, vans, lorries, motorbikes and coaches to our streets, it quickly became apparent that the chaos caused by having so many motorized vehicles on the road needed to be tamed. It was natural then, that city planners recognised the […]

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Maritime Bollards

Maritime Bollards

The maritime era brought bollards into the forefront of sailing life and proved to be an absolutely essential mechanism to allow sailors to keep control of their ships when they were both sailing and stationary. Made from either wood or iron, bollards would be used both aboard vessels and on […]

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