|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Tritton Road (SK964701)|
|To:||High Street (SK972700)|
|Distance:||0.5 miles (0.8 km)|
|Met (2016):||B1003, B1262|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1360 was a short B-road to the south of Lincoln city centre. The route was unclassified for many years before it became a part of the A1180 in the 1980s. However, that classification was short-lived and the B1360 had come into being by 1991. It was declassified in 2017.
Starting at traffic lights on Tritton Road (the then A1180; later part of the B1003; now the A1192), it followed the whole of Dixon Street eastward to the city's High Street (the B1262 at the time; now also declassified).
The road runs initially through a retail and trading estate, crossing Boultham Park Road at traffic lights; this point is where Dixon Street started in pre-A1180 days. After crossing the River Witham, Dixon Street becomes residential and is lined by terraced housing all the way to its conclusion at a light-controlled junction with the High Street.