|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||West Kirby (SJ225872)|
|Distance:||2.5 miles (4 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The most recent incarnation of the B5192 is a link road on the northern end of the Wirral. The road was unclassified for many years but gained its number following upgrades in the 2000s.
The road starts at traffic lights on the A5027 Upton bypass just south of the Moreton Spur on the M53. It heads west along Saughall Massie Road, initially past a set-back row of shops but the road soon becomes residential. Saughall Massie itself is a small area to the right of the road; as we reach open country we bypass it.
The next section of the road, across the fields, has clearly been straightened at one time. The old road, which crosses our route a couple of times, still exists and is now a cycle path. We cross a roundabout and continue past a couple of farms but the road doesn't become urban again for some time. Presently we reach the eastern suburbs of West Kirby. We pass a school before ending at a T-junction on the B5139.