The B5349 was a route running southeastwards from Kettlebrook, south of Tamworth, to meet the former route of the A5 where it passed through the village of Wilnecote.
First featuring on the 1932 OS Road Map of Great Britain, it remained in use as a classified through route until blocked at its starting-point by the building across it of the new dual-carriageway alignment of the A5 which today bypasses Wilnecote and Fazeley to the north.
The route, now unclassified and largely closed to through vehicular traffic, is crossed at its midpoint by the later B5440. The street name, Wilnecote Lane, still survives for the majority of the route.
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