|From:||Leven By Pass (TA119454)|
|Distance:||5.8 miles (9.3 km)|
|Meets:||A165, B1243, B1242|
|Old route now:||A1035|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1244 was an east-west route in the East Riding. It may or may not still exist.
Originally it started on the A165 in the centre of Leven. However, the village was bypassed in 1994 and some maps stated the B1244 started on the A165 bypass to the east of the village, whilst others suggest it still started in Leven. Signs on the Leven roundabout suggest the latter is true, though maps generally state the former. What is certain is that east of the Leven roundabout, this road is now be an extension of the A1035, becoming that in the mid 2010s.
The former B1244 headed roughly due east via villages such as Catwick. The only classified road to be met en route was the B1243, which was reached in Sigglesthorne, approximately halfway along the road.
The last couple of miles of the B1244 were along the north side of Hornsea Mere. At the eastern end of the lake, near the centre of Hornsea, the B1244 reached a roundabout where the road ended on the B1242.