|From:||Halfway House (SJ346116)|
|Length:||5.4 miles (8.7 km)|
|Meets:||A458, B4386, B4499, A488|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4387 is a rural B-road in west Shropshire.
It's not long before the road reaches Westbury. It goes through the village centre and reaches the B4386, where it turns right and multiplexes along that road. The first left turn after the village, signed as unsuitable for motors, was the original route of the B4387; the road still went this way in the 1970s but anyone using the road today would find it obvious why it was downgraded. The multiplex is therefore longer, with the B4387 reappearing after passing Winsley Hall.
Having regained its number the B4387 heads east (along a road that is still narrow and winding) before rejoining its original route. It heads southeast once more, crossing the Rea Brook at Horse Bridge before entering Minsterley. It meets the B4499 at a mini-roundabout before ending on the A488 at a real roundabout a short distance further on.