|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Pulham Market(W) (TM183870)|
|Distance:||8.7 miles (14 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1134 is a short rural B-road in Norfolk.
It starts on the B1077 to the east of the village of Banham and continues east. It passes several scattered houses but no places of any size before it crosses the London to Norwich railway line at a level crossing adjacent to the site of Tivetshall station. A couple of miles later it ends on the A140 to the west of Pulham Market.
Until the 2000s the B1134 continued across the A140 and through Pulham Market and Pulham St Mary to end in Harleston. It originally ended on the A143 but when that road was taken out of town by a bypass the B1134 took over the pre-bypass road through the town in both directions. When the B1134 was declassified east of the A140 it left the B1116 hanging in space.