This article is about the original B4528 in Herefordshire.
For the current B4528 in Wiltshire, see B4528
The now-unclassified former B4528 east of Brimfield
The B4528 was a short link road in north Herefordshire.
The road started on the A456 at Brimfieldcross and headed westwards into Brimfield itself, ending in the village centre on the A49.
The road was unclassified in 1922 but gained its Class II status in the 1930s. The road was later deemed important enough to be upgraded to Class I status and it became the A4105 in 1971. However, by the end of the decade the road had been declassified again following the construction of the A49 Brimfield bypass.