|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2.7 miles (4.3 km)|
|Meets:||A452, B4153, A461, A454|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4152 is a short B-road in the Black Country.
Now heading south, it goes through Leighswood into Aldridge, with the terminus being in the town centre on the A454 relief road
Apart from the northernmost section, which was originally the B4153, none of the above was classified in 1922; the B4152 went south of Aldridge but it had been extended north by 1932. The B4152 left Aldridge along Birmingham Road, following a short multiplex west along the A454. After going along Barr Common Road it originally ended on the B4151 to the east of Barr Beacon but was later extended further to reach the B4150 (now A4041) on the edge of Sutton Park. This southern section was declassified when the B4154 was extended south, thus taking over its purpose.