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Benches and beyond: Taking a closer look at the evolution of street furniture

The rise of outdoor urban recreational spaces has enabled city dwellers to experience the world’s busiest cities optimally. Thanks to city gardens, gyms and other leisure facilities that have resulted from private-public partnerships, people are engaging with their surroundings and each other in exciting new ways. 544 more words

Wilderness Road Benchmark

A fitting marker on the road to ironopolis

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The neglected car themed bike racks of Cambuslang

Technically, this is an old pic, but a recent wander that went through the main street of Cambuslang showed that sadly, things look just the same now as the did some time ago. 148 more words

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Street Furniture Australia Backyard Experiment

A pop-up park featuring 60 movable seats, colour, living lawn, library and lighting almost doubled visitors to Garema Place in just eight days.

Street Furniture Australia partnered with AILA, the ACT Government and many suppliers and community volunteer groups to activate the underused grey, open space in Canberra. 174 more words

Street Furniture Australia

Mundane? Or should that be mundrain?

I spotted this ornate water spout and drain cover in the old part of the small French port of Honfleur:

Mundane Mondays #100

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Penfold – Norwich

Penfold – Norwich

A local one in Cornwall

A George VI in Shrewsbury

George VI (1936-1952)

Shrewsbury

and another gold painted post box (a Penfold) this time in Lincoln in honour of Sophie Wells MBE a British para-equestrian who won three medals at the 2012 Summer Paralympics, and also a gold at Rio 2016 Summer Paralympics. 77 more words

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