From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
|From:||Pinkett's Booth (SP274817)|
|Length:||2.9 miles (4.7 km)|
|Meets:||A45, B4102, A45|
|Route outline (key)|
The second version of the B4014 runs along the bypassed former course of the A45 through the village of Meriden. The village was bypassed in 1958, so the B4104 number must have been assigned to this stretch some time since then.
The road starts in Pinkett's Booth at a LILO on the westbound A45. The two slip roads meet at a roundabout and the B4104 then heads west through the village before reaching open country. A roundabout is reached, from where an unclassified road heads north to provide access to the eastbound A45.
The B4104 now descends Meriden Hill to reach Meriden itself. It runs through town along Main Road before reaching the village green and a roundabout, where the B4102 is crossed. On the edge of the village is a roundabout from where an unclassified road heads north to an east-facing half-diamond junction with the A45. The B4104, meanwhile, continues ahead along what is essentially a lengthy slip road. After passing the archery club the road becomes one-way at an arbitrary point and turns into the westbound A45 onslip.
An OpenStreetMap trace for this route awaits uploading to the SABRE Wiki.