|From:||Seafield Street (NJ590659)|
|To:||Portsoy New Harbour (NJ591664)|
|Length:||0.3 miles (0.5 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9019 is a short link road in the Banffshire coastal town of Portsoy. The road was originally unclassified but had gained its number by 1939. The route is no longer signposted, and only the OS seem to still mark it as a B road.
The road connects the main A98 to the burgh's New Harbour. It starts by heading north along Church Street, then doglegging east along Institute Street onto Schoolhendry Street, although old maps suggest that the road stopped short of the harbour itself, perhaps at the entrance to an old yard owned by the port authority, and now partially redeveloped.
Aberdeenshire Council documents show that a 60-metre stretch of Roseacre Street (leading to the site of the former Portsoy railway station, south of the A98) is also considered to be part of the B9019. This could suggest that the B9019 once used Shillinghill in favour of Church Street. However, neither road is indicated as such on any old map, nor signposted.