|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||East Dereham (TF997123)|
|Distance:||12.2 miles (19.6 km)|
|Meets:||A47, A1075, B1108, B1172, A11|
|Old route now:||B1527|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1135 is a rural B-road in central Norfolk.
It starts at a GSJ with the A47 East Dereham southern bypass, although originally it started in the town centre on the B1110 (later A1075). It then heads southeastwards roughly following the preserved Mid-Norfolk Railway, which it crosses soon after it goes through Yaxham and again a few miles further on at Danemoor Green.
On the edge of Kimberley the B1135 crosses the B1108 at a staggered junction. Then it crosses the railway line twice more before reaching Wymondham. It now bypasses the town and skirts it to the north and crossing the B1172 (former A11) before reaching the A11 bypass at a GSJ almost immediately afterwards, where it ends - but it only has since the 2000s.
The B1135 bypass was built in the 1980s; the road then multiplexed south along the A11 for a short distance before reappearing heading east once more. Originally it went through Ashwellthorpe but in the 1990s it was rerouted along the next road north. Either way it ended up on the B1113, with which it multiplexed south at Fundenhall. Continuing east it went through Hapton and crossed the A140 to the south of Tasburgh before going through Hempnall to end on the B1332 (former A144) at Woodton. This last section is now B1527 but most of the ex-B1135 east of Wymondham is unclassified.