|From:||Bridgnorth (E) (SO730936)|
|To:||Mawley, Cleobury Mortimer (SO680764)|
|Length:||12.3 miles (19.8 km)|
|Meets:||A454, A442, B4373, B4555, B4194, B4199, B4201, A4117|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4363 is a largely rural B-road in southern Shropshire.
It starts at a roundabout on the A454 to the east of Bridgnorth. That road has now been rerouted to join the Bridgnorth bypass further south, so the B4363 heads west along the original line of the A454 and descends steeply to reach a roundabout on the A442.
Immediately west of the A442 is a short one-way system. Eastbound traffic uses Mill Street to reach this roundabout but westbound traffic must head south along the A442 a short distance before turning right onto St John's Street. Both directions meet just before crossing the River Severn and then the road runs round the bottom of High Town before having to TOTSO left on reaching the B4373.
After crossing the Mor Brook the road goes through Glazeley before reaching the other end of the B4555. About a mile later it reaches Kinlet where the B4194 and – a short distance further on – the B4199 both turn off to the left.
After crossing the valley of the Baveney Brook, Six Ashes is reached, where the B4201 leaves to the left. The terminus of the B4363 is about half a mile later, where the road reaches a T-junction on the A4117 at Mawley, just across the River Rea from Cleobury Mortimer.