|Distance:||0.7 miles (1.1 km)|
|Meets:||A302, B323 A202|
|Route outline (key)|
The B326 is a short road in Westminster, presumably dating to around 1930.
The road starts at traffic lights on the A302 Victoria Street, just west of Westminster Abbey, and heads south along Great Smith Street. The Abbey precincts are on the left and we also pass the occasional Government building. The road is fairly narrow but tall adjacent buildings make the road feel narrower still.
After a couple of bends the street name changes to Marsham Street. The B323 Horseferry Road is crossed at traffic lights and then the road splits due to a one-way system; this is unsigned and difficult to follow. Southbound traffic TOTSOs left, remaining on Marsham Street, then TOTSOs right at the end onto John Islip Street. The next road on the right carries northbound traffic along Bulinga Street. It TOTSOs right at the end onto the two-way Herrick Street, which becomes the northbound Marsham Street without having to give way.
The road continues south along John Islip Street, passing between Millbank Gardens and the back of Tate Britain. The next left, Atterbury Street, is marked on some maps as a spur of the B326 leading to the A3212 Millbank (or rather from that road - Atterbury Street is one-way). We continue past Chelsea College of Art & Design (part of the University of the Arts) and then end at traffic lights on the A202 Vauxhall Bridge Road.