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|Distance:||1.8 miles (2.9 km)|
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The B5024 was a short link road in central Derbyshire.
It started on the B5023 in the Ecclesbourne Valley, to the east of the village of Windley. It headed west through the village before crossing a stream and turning northwestwards, ending less than a mile further on at a T-junction on the A517 at Turnditch.
The road survived until the 1990s but is now unclassified. It is largely S1 unlike other classified roads nearby, which is possibly why the road was declassified. Although the road can still be driven in its entirety, signs at both ends describe the road as serving "Windley only", thus deterring through traffic.