This article is about the original B789 to the west of Paisley. For the current B789 from Johnstone to the Firth of Clyde, see B789.
The now-unclassified former B789 in Linwood
The original B789 was a short link road in central Renfrewshire.
It started on the A737 on the western edge of Paisley. It then headed northwest to Linwood before turning southwestwards to end on the B788 to the east of Brookfield.
The road was renumbered later in the 1920s. It was upgraded to Class I status as part of the A761 and remains this number, although Linwood is now bypassed. The B789 number was therefore freed up for use nearby.