We were in Cleveland recently to see the Tall Ships parade into the harbor for a festival there. The dock and park areas are surrounded by these massive pylon and chain fences. I just loved them.
The William G. Mather is permanently anchored there as a museum, next to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It was a freighter in its day, and because the steel mills were frequent destinations it has been dubbed "The Ship That Built Cleveland". (Click here for more on the William G. Mather.)
OK, this next one is a seawall, technically not a fence. But I like the shot, so I'm tacking it on. Hope you all have a great weekend!
Posted for Friday's Fences at Life According to Jan and Jer