This article is about the original B4529 at Shirl Heath in Herefordshire.
For the present B4529 along the old A44 to the east into Leominster, see B4529
Approaching the southern end of the now-unclassified former B4529
The original B4529 was a short link road in north Herefordshire. It was originally unclassified but gained its number in the early 1930s. However, the road it met at its southern end was declassified in the 1980s and the B4529 went along with it, although the number was reused nearby.
The road started on the A4110 in Shirl Heath and headed southwestwards along a road just wide enough to be S2. After passing a couple of buildings the end of the road was met after less than half a mile, at a T-junction on the now-unclassified original route of the A44.