The B1130 was a short B-road to the west of Lowestoft. It had the distinction of being the easternmost Class II road in the UK.
It started next to Oulton Broad Station on the B1129 (later A1117) and headed east via Normanston to finish on the A12 in the centre of Lowestoft.
It was upgraded to Class I status in the 1960s as part of the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft re-arrangements, becoming the A1144. The westernmost section is now part of a rerouted A1117.
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