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  1. If this once comfortable chair stays in its current location for very long, it will become a comfortable home for small critters… mice, roaches, etc. Great pic!

    1. Perhaps I should have dragged it up the A1000 to The Abrahams Stadium 😉 The officials and visitors seating is hard wooden benches! Always sad to see a famous old football ground or railway station disappear. Our near neighbours Hendon FC used to play at Claremont Road which is now in a bad state of disrepair awaiting redevelopment 😦 Thanks for popping by and commenting Patti 🙂

    1. Thanks Gilly – I find the ‘dump it’ approach a bit annoying, especially as the council recycling place is less than 1/2 a mile from here. Anyway, Transport for London must have removed it on a night time maintenance run, it was gone a few days later.

    1. Np Donna, glad to follow the action.

      I bet the chair’s in a council depot somewhere now providing dozing accommodation for the workers 😉

    1. Funny you should mention vagabonds Isadora – there is a small camp made by a ‘Gentleman of the Road’ in a copse on the Glebelands not very far from here 🙂

  2. Yes that chair has most certainly seen
    some better days and evenings my friend 🙂

    Have a wicked Thursday now…

    Androgoth

  3. LOL, too funny! Unfortunately, this is the kind of “comfort” this world often offers…
    Great photo–and story. 🙂

    1. It does… I don’t even know that it was left by someone passing on the A406 – it could equally have been dumped from a house on Pointalls Close. I just wish that people would dispose of things responsibly. Thanks for dropping in and commenting 🙂

  4. What a strange place to find a lounge chair. That is a comment sight here in some of the public housing estate areas. If they don’t have a wrecked car on the front lawn it’s a lounge chait instead, or a car seat..

    1. LoL Tony – sounds like the Grange estate when I was a kid. It’s not so bad now though – in fact it’s quite tidy but they do have the occasional drug related killing instead 😦

  5. After a long walk, assuming I don’t have a car, this chair would be a great, comfortable relief to my aching legs and feet. Wonderful subject that brings out comfort in a very interesting way. Have a great day!

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