|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2.1 miles (3.4 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1087 is a short B-road in south Suffolk. The road was originally unclassified but gained its number in the mid-1920s, making it an early example of a recycled number.
The road starts on the A134 Nayland bypass and heads east along that road's former route, Bear Street, into the village centre. The road becomes narrow, although just about still remains S2, and shortly bends to the right to show the old route of the A134. That road is now unclassified, however, and the B1087 TOTSOs left.
The road widens out and we soon enter open country. The road then bends gradually round to the left and is soon heading northwards. It's not long before the road enters Stoke-by-Nayland; however, there aren't many buildings on this side of the village and so the end of the road, at a T-junction on the B1068, is met very quickly.