|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Great Bircham (TF770326)|
|To:||Dale Hole (TF871438)|
|Distance:||10.9 miles (17.5 km)|
|Meets:||B1153, B1454, B1355, A149|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1155 is a rural B-road in north Norfolk.
The route starts on the B1153 in Great Bircham. It heads east then northeast to pass through the campus of the National Construction College before reaching Stanhoe where it turns right at a T-junction beside a large pond at the eastern end of the village.
The road to the left here was part of the original route of the B1155, which in 1923 began in Docking, a few miles to the west, the route from Great Bircham not having been added (as a spur) until 1935. The Docking to Stanhoe section was declassified at some point in the late 2000s.
Heading east from Stanhoe, the B1155 continues to Burnham Market where there is a one-way system along the narrow roads in the village centre. The road crosses the River Burn and then turns sharply right in Burnham Overy Town before continuing to the edge of Holcombe Park where it meets the A149 coast road. These are the Overy Marshes, however, and the sea is well over a mile away.