|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Old Leake (TF409500)|
|Distance:||10.2 miles (16.4 km)|
|Meets:||B1192, B1183, A16, A52|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1184 is a rural B-road to the north of Boston in the Lincolnshire Fens.
It starts on the B1192 in Langrick and heads east through the scattered village before crossing Castle Dyke at Gypsy Bridge. There's a TOTSO left and the road crosses Newham Drain and West Fen Drain to meet the B1183 on the edge of Frithville. It multiplexes with the B1183 east through the village before crossing the Medlam Drain and regaining its number.
The B1184 continues east of Frithville, crossing two more drains, before entering Sibsey. It crosses the A16 at a staggered junction in the centre of the village before continuing east. This point marks the original 1922 western end of the B1184 but it was extended to its current length in the 1920s. The B1184 crosses the Boston to Skegness railway line at a level crossing before crossing the Hobhole Drain. There's a right-left double TOTSO and then the road zigzags into Old Leake, going through the village and ending on the A52. The final few hundred yards of B1184 are the pre-bypass A52; the B1184 was extended when the bypass was built in the 1960s.