The B7061 is a short road which runs along the pre-bypass route of the A77 through the Ayrshire village of Fenwick; it presumably gained its number in the 1930s. Some maps incorrectly name the road as the B751.
The road originally started at the northern end of the bypass and headed south for about a quarter of a mile to meet the B778 on the northern side of town. The junction with the A77 was destroyed when the M77 was built and so the road now starts at the B778 junction, with the road number changing for no obvious reason at a mini-roundabout
We head south through the village along Main Road, after which there's a brief sight of open country before we reach Laigh Fenwick. We zigzag to the right and left; here there's a right turn which used to be the B751 before the motorway was built. We continue on across some traffic calming and into open country and reach a roundabout, where the road ends. Originally we rejoined the A77 here but now the offslip from M77J8 joins us and the road continues ahead as the B7038; there's no access to either the motorway or the A77 from here even though both are adjacent.