|To:||Whitchurch town centre (SJ544410)|
|Distance:||1.2 miles (1.9 km)|
|Met:||A41, A525, B5395|
|Now part of:||B5398|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5364 was a short-lived link road in north Shropshire. It came into existence when the Whitchurch bypass was built in the 1990s and took over the old route of the A525 west of the town centre. However, the road has now been renumbered as an extension of the B5398; some maps and road signs have not caught up with the change but official documents from Shropshire Council give the road its correct number.
The road started at the roundabout at the western end of the A41 bypass, where it also met the A525, and headed east along Wrexham Road through the unusually named suburb of Chemistry. As the road continued it became lined with terraced houses then zigzagged along Highgate. After following Rosemary Lane it ended on the B5398 Dodington, to the south of the town centre.