The B1453 is a short B-road in north London. The road was originally unclassified and appears to have gained its number in the 1940s.
The road starts at a mini-roundabout on the A109 in Whetstone and heads east along the residential Russell Lane. The road shortly becomes dual for no apparent reason as we pass shops to the left (but still houses on the right). The houses then return as we descend to the end of the dual carriageway and then continue to reach a mini-roundabout.
There's a short detour to the right and another mini-roundabout, where we regain our easterly course as we run along Osidge Lane. At the bottom of the hill there's a brief green space as we cross Pymme's Brook and then we climb again to a roundabout in the centre of Osidge. The road continues straight ahead and we climb to the end of the road at traffic lights on the A111.