|To:||Swallow Beck (SK951674)|
|Distance:||2.6 miles (4.2 km)|
|Met (1984):||A46, B1378, B1190, A46|
|Now part of:||A1192|
|Route outline (key)|
The road started on the High Street (at the time a section of the A46; it had earlier been part of the A15, and is now declassified) and first headed west along Dixon Street to cross the River Witham. The housing lining the road ended at the river and the road continued westward into an industrial area.
Upon meeting Tritton Road at a T-junction the route turned left and ran briefly alongside the Lincoln to Newark railway line, bypassing the suburb of Boultham. After crossing the B1190 the road ended back on the A46 (today the A1434) on the south side of Swallow Beack, opposite the Ruston Sports Club on Newark Road.
The A1180 number was short-lived. In 1985 the Lincoln Bypass opened which removed most A roads from Lincoln. The majority of the road was renumbered B1003 (since renumbered again to A1192), whilst Dixon Street is now declassified after being the B1360 until 2017.