The B5410 is a semi-rural road on the Fylde. With the exception of the northern end, which was opened as the B5410 in the 2000s, the road was unclassified for many years but was later upgraded to gain Class II status.
The road starts at a TOTSO on the B5261 in Heyhouses, a suburb of Lytham St Annes, and heads north between an ornamental pond and a housing estate. On the edge of town the road originally zigzagged left then right but the corner was cut off in 2010. Old and new roads meet at a junction which has its origins in a roundabout. Although the junction allows the B5410 to continue without giving way it is really an opportunity for traffic to U-turn, as with the current quality of the road ahead only local traffic should really have come this way.
The closed section of the B5410 is being reclaimed by nature
Traffic heading north now concedes priority to oncoming traffic as the road narrows to become S1. It crosses the flat Lytham Moss with low wire fences giving the impression that the road is unfenced; it's not surprising the road has a width and weight limit. After passing the radar station on the left we reach a road junction. The B5410 is blocked off afterwards and remains closed to traffic as far as a roundabout. There are no plans at present to reopen this road.
The B5410 reappears as an S2 road on the far side of the roundabout. It heads northeast through an industrial estate then ends at a roundabout on the A583 just south of M55J4.