Bridge of Stonieley, near Greenlaw
The B9121 is a cross-country road in east Banffshire. The road was originally unclassified but had gained its number by 1932.
The road starts on the B9025 Aberchirder to Turriff road and heads north. We go through a wood and pass the Earl's Loch before continuing across undulating terrain. After a sharp left-hand bend we climb a narrow valley before winding on to a T-junction on the A97. There's a multiplex for about a quarter of a mile to the right then the B9121 regains its number by turning left.
Now narrow enough not to need a central line the road continues north, less winding than earlier. The Burn of Boyndie is presently crossed, then we go over the A98 immediately afterwards. The road becomes S2 once more. We then pass the site of Ladysbridge Hospital, now a housing estate, before being crossed by the B9139. With the sea visible ahead we descend into the coastal village of Whitehills. The B9038 comes in from the right, then the B9121 continues a short distance further to end at a road junction. The harbour lies ahead.