|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Burnham Market (TF831432)|
|Distance:||9.7 miles (15.6 km)|
|Meets:||A148, B1155, A149|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1355 is a rural B-road in north Norfolk. The road was originally unclassified but gained its number in the mid-1920s.
Originally the B1355 started on the B1105 on the western side of Fakenham. However, construction of the A148 bypass has moved the start of the road onto the bypass to the east of Sculthorpe. It heads north, avoiding Sculthorpe completely. After a couple of miles the road goes through South Creake and North Creake in quick succession as it follows the narrow River Burn.
After North Creake the road bears left away from the river to cross a saddle and descend into Burnham Market. By the church the road meets the B1155 and turns right to multiplex along that road. We have to TOTSO left immediately afterwards as this is part of a one-way system through the town (although here the road is two-way) and traffic heading the other way moves automatically onto the southbound B1355. There's a left turn at the next T-junction and then the B1355 regains its number by taking the next turn right.
The road continues north out of town to end at a T-junction at a sharp corner on the A149.