B791 (Kilmacolm - Port Glasgow)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Port Glasgow (NS326743)|
|Distance:||4.9 miles (7.9 km)|
|Met:||B788, B786, A8|
|Now part of:||A761|
|Route outline (key)|
The B791 was a short B-road in central Renfrewshire. It is also the highest-numbered Class II road in the 7 zone in the original 1922 numbering.
The road started to the south of Kilmacolm on the B788 and headed north through town, where it met the B786. It then climbed into the hills before descending again into the valley of the River Clyde. The road ended on the original line of the A8 in Port Glasgow.
The road was quickly upgraded to Class I status. It became part of the A761, which it remains.
|B791 (Kilmacolm - Port Glasgow)|