|Distance:||5.6 miles (9 km)|
|Meets:||A173, A174, A1085|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1269 is a medium-length B-road in north Yorkshire.
It starts on the A173 just to the north of the Guisborough bypass. It then continues roughly north through nowhere of importance until it reaches a roundabout on the A174 Kirkleatham bypass. Originally the B1269 continued on a few more yards along a road that no longer exists to reach the pre-bypass A174.
Until 1984 the B1269 ended here. However, it now multiplexes east along the A174 to the next roundabout before regaining its number and heading north once more.
The B1269 is truly a road of two halves (albeit of unequal length): the section above was completely rural; the remainder is completely urban. It heads through the suburbs of Redcar to end on the A1085 just to the south of a level crossing. This section was originally numbered A1040.