|From:||Nunnery Lane (SE596514)|
|Distance:||0.6 miles (1 km)|
|Met (1923):||A64, A66, A19, A1036|
|Now part of:||B1227|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1225 is described in the 1922 Road Lists as York (Micklegate), although there was more to it than that.
It started just outside Micklegate Bar, at the A64/A66 junction before going through the Bar and along Micklegate. It crossed the Ouse Bridge and the A19, which went along Spurriergate, before going along High Ousegate and Pavement and ending on the A1036 Fossgate.
Most of the roads in York city centre are now pedestrianised so it is little wonder that the B1225 number is defunct. However, the section of road over the Ouse Bridge is still classified as part of the B1227, a number reused from elsewhere in the city.