Thesaurus Term/Concept: BOLLARD

Identifier 70417
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A wooden, stone or iron post for securing things to or for preventing vehicular access to pedestrianized areas.

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Instances/Examples (14)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR16337 6 Bollards, Junction of Well Street, North Parade, Derby (Building)
Monument Type MDR16222 Bollard near NW corner of Church House, St Michael's Yard, Derby (Building)
Monument Type MDR10513 Bollards and Cobbled Street, Argyle Street, Derby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR10517 Cast Iron Bollards, by St Werburgh's Church, Friar Gate, Derby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR13977 Cast Iron Bollards, Church Walk, Gordon Road, Derby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR10520 Cast Iron Bollards, Macklin Street, Derby (Monument)
Monument Type MDR13976 Five Bollards, footpath leading to Siddals Lane, Allestree (Monument)
Monument Type MDR14131 Four bollards at northeast end of Broad Walk, Buxton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR14132 Four bollards at southwest end of Broad Walk, Buxton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12745 Row of bollards, Station Approach, Buxton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR16171 Stone baulks outside Nos 7-20 (consec.) & Nos 25-36 (consec.), Long Row, Belper (Building)
Monument Type MDR14115 Stone walls, steps and iron posts to footpath, Hopping Hill Terrace, Milford (Monument)
Monument Type MDR16418 Three Iron Bollards at top of West Steps of Chevin Alley, Milford (Building)
Monument Type MDR16207 Two posts at the west end of College Place, College Place, Derby (Building)