|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2.8 miles (4.5 km)|
|Met (1961):||A444, B586, A514, A50|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5004 was a short B-road in what is now the National Forest.
It started on the A444 (former A511) in Overseal and headed northeastwards, leaving the village along Woodville Road. The road passed nowhere of note en route, although there was a short multiplex along the B586. At the far end our road entered Woodville, where it ended at a junction with the A514 and A50 (now A511).
A number of roads in this area were declassified in the 2000s - the B5004 was one of them.
Confusingly, there are editions of OS One Inch New Popular Edition which show B5004 as some distance from the actual road, although still in Leicestershire. This is a mislabel for the A5004, which was located near Castle Donington.