|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||1 miles (1.6 km)|
|Met (1923):||A732, A721, A8|
|Route outline (key)|
Surviving well into the 1970s, the original B762 belonged to eastern Glasgow.
The road started on London Road (A732 at classification, today the remnant of the A74) and headed north via Braidfauld Street and Wellshot Road to Shettleston Road (also changed, once A8 but now A89). The main feature of the route is Tollcross Park, today host to the 2014 Commonwealth Games aquatics centre.
The road has now been declassified and the B762 number reused for a cross-city route with an end a mile south of Braidfauld, on the other side of the Clyde in Eastfield.