|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||1.2 miles (1.9 km)|
|Now part of:||B1273|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1193 was a short road in Lincoln, allowing north to/from west traffic to avoid the centre of the city.
Its importance meant that it was soon upgraded to Class I status, becoming part of the A1102 Lincoln bypass.
The B1193 number was also allocated to St Mary's Street, running alongside Central Station between the then-A15 High Street and B1188 (now A15) Canwick Road. As this road was not classified until the mid-1920s it is not known whether it existed concurrently with the above road or was allocated afterwards. This section of the B1193 lasted much longer but was renumbered A1190 when the A15 was moved onto its present route; it later became the eastern end of the A57 and is now the B199.