The B355 was a short urban B-road near Richmond in Surrey.
It started on the A3003 in Mortlake, just to the west of the point where that road stopped running along the river bank. It headed west along Lower Richmond Road through North Sheen and ended on the A307 to the north of Richmond town centre.
Following the completion of Chiswick Bridge in the 1930s, a new arterial road was built in this area and numbered A316. This took over most of the B355. The easternmost section had already been upgraded to Class I status in the 1920s when the A3003 was rerouted to avoid the level crossing in Mortlake.