The A5276 was a short road in south Lancashire. Originally the B5194, it gained the A5276 number after 1975; this was short-lived, however. After the eastern half of the road was bypassed the alignment was given its current number, B5207.
The road started on the A5036 to the east of Netherton and just south of Switch Island. It headed west along Copy Lane into Netherton itself. It passed the village green and left town along Netherton Lane. It soon met the B5422 and multiplexed south along it for a short distance before continuing west along Lydiate Lane into Thornton, where it ended on the A565.