|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||North Walsham (TG282300)|
|Distance:||13.7 miles (22 km)|
|Meets:||A1151, A1042, B1354, A149|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1150 is a rural road in east Norfolk.
It starts on the A1151 to the north of Norwich city centre and heads north through the suburbs before entering open country near the airport. The next village is Spixworth but the B1150 just skirts this. A few miles later Horstead is reached, where the road meets the B1354 and is the dominant number in a multiplex over the bridge over the River Bure into Coltishall. After the two roads split the B1150 passes the station of the preserved narrow gauge Bure Valley Railway on the edge of the village.
The route immediately north of Coltishall has been diverted via the delightfully named Sco Ruston. It used to be slightly further to the left but this was deemed too close to RAF Coltishall and so the road was closed to through traffic.
A few miles later the B1150 reaches North Walsham. After going under the Bittern Line by the station the road reaches traffic lights on the A149 and ends there. This was the original 1922 northern end; however, in 1935 the road was extended to meet the B1159 on the coast at Bacton. The extension was removed in the 2000s and so the North Walsham to Bacton road is once again unclassified.