|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Leamington Spa (SP317667)|
|Distance:||8.4 miles (13.5 km)|
|Meets:||B4086, B4100, A425, B4099, A445, A452|
|Former Number(s):||A444 • A452|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4087 is a medium-length B-road in central Warwickshire.
It starts on the A4086 in Wellesbourne, just to the east of the village's one-way system, and heads northeastwards across largely flat countryside. The hamlet of Newbold Pacey is the only settlement of any size on this section. The road soon comes to Oakley Wood and goes round the edge (which includes a sharp right turn at the corner) to reach the B4100 (former A41) just south of M40 J13.
Originally the B4087 ended here. However, with the coming of the M40 it was extended via a short multiplex south along the B4100 and then along what used to be the A452 (former A444) into Royal Leamington Spa. After crossing the M40 the B4087 goes through Bishop's Tachbrook and then enters Whitnash. From this point on it is entirely urban.
The B4087 crosses the A425 by the station. There is then a short one-way system leading to the bridge over the River Leam. After passing the Pump Rooms the B4087 runs the entire length of the Parade, Leamington's main street, before having to TOTSO right then immediately left at adjacent sets of traffic lights. The road continues north on its route out of town but soon ends at traffic lights on the A445. Straight ahead is the A452.