109c. Sandtoft Trolleybus Museum, near Doncaster (continued). This page concentrates on other pieces of street furniture at the museum.
A number of period traffic bollards are used in the period street scene - the oldest being a black and white Gowshall type. Unfortunately, the front and back panels were missing.
A couple of slightly newer (but still old) bollards were nearby - again, panels were missing, although the internal backboard and a connector block were still attached.
Two steel non-illuminated bollards were positioned near the 1950s' Prefab exhibit.
A disused Truesigns bollard had been repainted and was awaiting installation somewhere on the site.
In another storage area lay the empty remains of another bollard. I believe this would have been the type which actually had the words 'Keep Left' positioned on the front.
A vintage traffic signal fitting was on part of the trolleybus road - it had, clearly, not been used for a while!
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