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B4367

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B4367
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From:Brampton Bryan (SO358727)
To:Long Meadowend (SO409822)
Via:Hoptonheath
Length:8.8 miles (14.2 km)
Meets: A4113, B4385, B4369, B4368
Highway Authorities

Herefordshire • Shropshire

Traditional Counties

Herefordshire • Shropshire

Route outline (key)
B4367 Brampton Bryan - Long Meadowend
B4367 (Spur) Clungunford - Marlow
The Bird-in-the-Rock tearoom, Abcott

The B4367 is a rural B-road in the west Midlands.

It starts on the A4113 on the edge of Brampton Bryan. It heads north and immediately crosses the Lingen Bridge over the River Teme. The next village is Bucknell and the road goes over a level crossing on the Heart of Wales Line (which is currently in England) adjacent to the station.

The road follows the edge of the river valley via Bedstone before going over the same railway line and reaching Heath House. The B4385 comes in from the right. This is where things start getting a little complicated.

The original line of the B4367 is straight ahead and the road is the dominant number in a short multiplex to Hoptonheath. The B4367 then zigzags east to cross the River Clun and reach the village of Clungunford. However, turn right at Heath House along the B4385 and after crossing the Clun the road reaches a T-junction. The B4385 TOTSOs right here but the road to the left is the B4367 and has been since 1935. This section of the road follows the river upstream to Clungunford, where it reaches a T-junction on the mainline of the road.

After the two branches of the B4367 have joined, the road continues upstream alongside the River Clun to Broome where it turns away. It goes under the now-familiar railway line before ending half a mile later at a T-junction on the B4368.



B4367
CrossingsLingen Bridge
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