|Distance:||8.2 miles (13.2 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1392 is a fairly short B-road in north Lincolnshire. The road was originally unclassified but gained its number in the 1950s.
The road starts on the A18 in Althorpe, where that road turns sharply to form the furthest-downstream crossing of the River Trent. It heads north through the industrial area to the north of the village. After a short detour to the west to cross the Stainforth & Keadby Canal the road runs along the left bank of the Trent through Keadby then into open country. The river is not always visible as the sea wall here is necessarily high.
As the river meanders to the right the B1392 continues straight to cut off the corner and reach Amcotts. The road bends sharply right then left either side of the main street, after which the Trent is regained and the road continues alongside. After a mile or so the road bends sharply left to head inland. It winds into Luddington where it bends sharply left to avoid the village centre. Another mile or so of bends takes the road into Eastoft, where it ends at a T-junction on the A161.