The B528 was a short-lived road in west Bedfordshire. It was originally part of the A506 then became the A50 in 1935. Following completion of the M1 in the 1960s that road was downgraded, with the southernmost section of the former A50 gaining the B528 number. However, it wasn't long before the A4012 was extended along the whole of the B528, making the number redundant.
The road started on the A5 in Hockliffe, yards from that road's junction with the A4012 going the other way. The B528 headed vaguely northwards and passed through no places of any size. After passing to the south of Milton Bryan it skirted the edge of Woburn Park and entered Woburn itself. The A418 came in from the left by the town hall and continued along the former A50, meaning that the B528 ended here.
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