Animated post box door, Bristol, May 2018

Thursday doors – 22 April 2021

Doors 146 – Old archive doors from Bristol

I had to do a bit of a trawl through my Thursday doors folder to dig these forgotten doors out, and am rather pleased that I did, because I have overlooked them for far too long. Hoping to get some fresh doors soon, but until then we will have to make do with this rather random selection of photographs from Bristol taken in 2018 and 2019.

Wingman barbers door with doorfie, Christmas Steps, Bristol, June 2019
Wingman barbers door with doorfie, Christmas Steps, Bristol, June 2019
Bristol South Baths, Entrance doors, Bristol, May 2019
Bristol South Baths, Entrance doors, Bristol, May 2019

This is where my son trained to become a lifeguard.

Haberfield House gate, Hotwells, Bristol, March 2019
Haberfield House gate, Hotwells, Bristol, March 2019

Those steps could do with a sweep.

Beautifully carved triple door, the Centre, Bristol, March 2019
Beautifully carved triple door, the Centre, Bristol, March 2019
Heavy iron door, Bedminster, Bristol July 2018
Heavy iron door, Bedminster, Bristol July 2018
Animated post box door, Bristol, May 2018
Animated post box door, Bristol, May 2018

With a fair wind and a bit of time I hope to go on a few doorscursions soon, but at least I am working through my back-catalogue which has needed a bit of tidying up.

Have a great weekend, wherever you are.

If you have made it this far, you probably like doors, and you really ought to take a look at the No Facilities blog by Dan Anton who has taken over the hosting of Thursday Doors  from Norm 2.0 blog. Links to more doorscursions can be found in the comments section of Dan Anton’s Thursday Doors post.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

13 thoughts on “Thursday doors – 22 April 2021”

  1. These are great! I’m glad you rescued them from the archive I love the triple door. Those are very rare around here. The narrow double doors at the top are also fine examples, as if the gate and the iron door.

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