|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||6.4 miles (10.3 km)|
|Meets:||A55, A5104, A550, A494, B5127, B5126|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5125 follows part of the original route of the A55 in east Flintshire; the section of the present road west of Northop Hall was originally unclassified.
The road starts on a roundabout at Broughton, where it meets the A5104 and a spur of the A55 (leading into England). Our road heads northwestwards. It skirts Hawarden Airport before reaching Hawarden itself. There is a short multiplex in the centre of the village with the A550 between the fountain and the war memorial. That road has to TOTSO at both ends because it was originally the less important route.
After crossing the Wrexham-Bidston Railway Line near Hawarden Station the road continues on into Ewloe, where there is a roundabout interchange with the A494. On the far side of the roundabout is a short useless multiplex along the B5127 until the B5125 takes the next turn right. It continues northwestwards, passing the grounds of the ruined Ewloe Castle before reaching the village of Northop Hall.
There is a mini-roundabout on the eastern edge of the village. The A55 originally turned left here but the B5125 now continues ahead, along a road liberally scattered with traffic calming. On leaving the village it bears right on reaching the current route of the A55 before ending at a T-junction on the B5126.