B1361 (Caistor - Stallingborough)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||7.9 miles (12.7 km)|
|Met:||A1084, A46, A18, A1136|
|Now part of:||A1173|
|Route outline (key)|
The second incarnation of the B1361 was, like the first, a largely rural road in north Lincolnshire.
The road started at the east end of the Caistor bypass, where it met the A46 and A1084. The road initially headed north but soon turned eastwards to continue on with a slight leftward bend for the next few miles. The A18 was crossed at Riby, after which there were a couple of sharp bends before the road ended on the A1136 to the west of Stallingborough. The B1210 (the current number of the A1136) has been straightened in this area, so the old road junction now only serves a footpath.
In more recent years the B1361 has been upgraded to Class I status and is now part of the A1173.