|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2.1 miles (3.4 km)|
|Meets:||A494, B5125, B5128, A549|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5127 is a short link road in east Flintshire.
The road starts at the roundabout interchange with the A494 and the B5125 in Ewloe and heads west, beginning as the dominant partner in a short useless multiplex with the B5125 until that road turns off to the right. This first section, through the village of Ewloe, is the pre-bypass route of the A494. On the edge of open country there is a road to the left, Old Liverpool Road, which is the original start of the B5127, now severed by the A55. The B5127 therefore continues ahead before bearing to the left (the A494 went straight on) and going over the A55, rejoining its original line immediately afterwards.
The road now heads vaguely southwards through the village of Ewloe Hall, which moves seamlessly into Buckley. It meets the B5128 at traffic lights before continuing towards the centre of town. The current southern end of the road is at traffic lights on the A549 Windmill Road but originally the B5127 continued one block further to end on Brunswick Street, the original route of the A549.