This article is about the original B1408 in East Lothian. For the current B1408, part of the original A12 in Essex, see B1408.
Approaching Longniddry on the B6363 (former B1408)
The B1408 was a short link road in the west of East Lothian. The road was originally unclassified and gained its number in the late 1920s. However, the number was relatively short-lived and the road became an extension of the B6363 in the 1940s.
The road started on the A1 (present A199) just west of Gladsmuir and headed north along a straight, featureless road, descending gently. It wasn't long before the road went under the East Coast Main Line and ended immediately afterwards on the A198 on the edge of Longniddry.