The B1445 is a largely rural B-road in the Holderness area of Yorkshire. It was originally unclassified but gained its present number around 1935.
The route starts in Patrington by turning right (we're close enough to the east coast that only a fraction of traffic will be heading west) off the A1033, the only classified road which is met throughout its entire length. We head east through the centre of the village and then zigzag right then left to enter open country.
We continue southeastwards across gently undulating land and pass through the occasional village before a dead-straight section over half a mile long leads into Easington. Arriving at a T-junction amongst the modern housing of the north of the village we turn right to reach the village centre, with the road becoming narrower. After passing the church and running through the Market Place the road leaves town along Seaside Road. However, the B1445 ends before reaching open country: OS maps show that the road becomes unclassified as it bends to the right by the Methodist Church. This road continues on to Kilnsea and ultimately, weather permitting, to Spurn Head.