|From:||East Carron (NS882827)|
|Length:||3.1 miles (5 km)|
|Met (1968):||B905, B902, A876, A905|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9036 was a short road in southeast Stirlingshire. It was originally unclassified, gaining its number in the early 1920s, and was declassified again in the 1980s.
The road started at a triangle junction on the B905 in East Carron, now obliterated by the Carron Roundabout, and headed north east along Carronshore Road and then Kincardine Road to Longdyke. Here it crossed the A876 (now the A88) at a crossroads just to the east of where the M9 now crosses. The southern approach is now cut by the motorway and so the B9036 was diverted slightly to the west. The onward route northwards survives as Waterslap Road, which has been slightly realigned to cross the bridge over the M876. A sharp right-hand bend leads it to journey's end on the A905 south of Airth.
The 1976 OS Landranger Map shows that the whilst the B9036 was still intact at the time, the arrival of the M9 at a temporary terminus on the A876 had already diverted the southern section to the current line of the road. The northern section then started at the roundabout opposite the motorway.