|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Old Romney (TR030252)|
|Distance:||3.4 miles (5.5 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2076 was a short B-road across Romney Marsh in southeast Kent.
It started on the A259 on the northern edge of Old Romney. It headed through the village before leaving in a southeasterly direction along Swamp Road. Despite the flat and largely featureless landscape, the road was forced to zigzag numerous times; it probably followed centuries-old rights of way.
The B2076 crossed a level crossing near Midley before meandering into Lydd. It ended on the B2075 opposite the church at the eastern end of the High Street.
Given that the B2076 was narrow and winding and largely paralleled by the B2075 it is not surprising that the road is now unclassified. What is surprising is how long it lasted.