|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Woodhall Spa (TF192630)|
|Distance:||20.4 miles (32.8 km)|
|Meets:||B1191, A153, B1184, A1121, A52, B1391, B1397|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1192 is a rural B-road in southeast Lincolnshire, now considerably longer than it was originally.
It starts on the B1191 in the centre of Woodhall Spa before heading southeast across fairly featureless countryside to meet the A153 in Tattershall. This is the original 1922 southern end of the B1192 but it was extended further in the early 1920s.
The B1192 multiplexes east along the A153 to Coningsby. Originally it left along Silver Street but this route was severed when RAF Coningsby was built in World War II and so now the B1192 continues further along the A153 to bypass the runway. It meets its original route at Reedham before going through New York (not that one) and crossing Wildmore Fen and then the River Witham. It crosses the A1121, the Sleaford to Boston railway line (at a level crossing) and the South Forty Foot Drain in very quick succession at Hubbert's Bridge before the road splits. Straight on is the original 1920s route of the B1192, which leads to the A52 in less than a mile.
The road to the left is also the B1192 but between the mid-1920s and 1935 was the B1392. That crosses the A52 over a mile east of the western branch before zigzagging across the B1391 in Kirton End and ending on the B1397 (former A16) in the centre of Kirton.