|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||10 miles (16.1 km)|
|Met (1932):||A70, A702, A72|
|Now part of:||A721|
|Route outline (key)|
Dating from circa 1925 (before that it had been the B714), the A753 ran eastwards from the A70 in Carnwath in Lanarkshire. It passed through Newbigging and Elsrickle before crossing the A702 and then entering Peeblesshire. The road ended on the A72 at Kirkdean near Blyth Bridge.