|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Great Coates (TA228099)|
|Distance:||10.2 miles (16.4 km)|
|Meets:||A18, B1211, A1173, A1136|
|Old route now:||A1173|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1210 is a bell-shaped road in north Lincolnshire.
It starts on the A18 to the east of Kirmington, near Humberside Airport. It goes under an arch, a memorial to the 2nd Earl of Yarborough, and then crosses Brocklesby park to pass the village of Brocklesby. The road then zigzags through Habrough and crosses the A180 without a junction, after which it runs parallel to that road into Immingham.
Originally the B1210 continued through Immingham to the docks. This section was upgraded to become the A1136 after World War II. However, with the coming of the A180 the A1136 was rerouted. The section of ex-B1210 through Immingham is now unclassified and the section beyond now the A1173.
The B1210 has now been extended along the former line of the A1136 southeast from Immingham. It meets the end of the southern half of the A1173 in Stallingborough before continuing to Great Coates, where it now meets the A1136 and ends.