Looking south-east along the B4536, with the entrance to Birlingham Close on the left
The B4536 is a short road through the Worcestershire town of Pershore. Originally unclassified, it gained its number in the 1930s.
The route starts by leaving the B4084 (former A44) High Street and running west along Broad Street. This, as its name suggests, is a wide (if brief) thoroughfare and there is enough room for there to be a small car park between the two carriageways.
At the end of Broad Street we TOTSO left into Defford Road, which we will follow for the remainder of our journey. This residential road quickly becomes suburban in character and follows a winding route on the south side of town. Eventually there are open fields to the left, while a service road (Birlingham Close) provides access to the houses on the right, and it's not long before we reach the end of the route at a T-junction on the A4104 (former A440) to Little Malvern.
An amended OpenStreetMap trace for this route awaits uploading to the SABRE Wiki.