The B1449 is a short B-road in east Lincolnshire. The road was originally unclassified but got its number in the 1940s.
The road starts on the A1111 at Bilsby, just to the east of Alford. After leaving the village the road follows a more-or-less straight route southeastwards. We bypass Thurlby (as we always have), after which we cross a dismantled railway line. The bridge is narrow and therefore flow is controlled by traffic lights. From here a dead-straight section leads to the end of the road at a T-junction on a sharp bend on the A52. Turn right for Skegness.