|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||5.3 miles (8.5 km)|
|Meets:||B981, B9097, A911|
|Route outline (key)|
The B920 is a short B-road in east Scotland.
It starts at a mini-roundabout in Lochgelly on the B981 (former A910) and heads north along Station Road to go under the Fife Circle Line by the station. On the far side the road is more rural - but still has to pass a school before reaching open fields and an increase in the speed limit. This is only to 40, however, as the settlement of Glencraig is passed through almost immediately, after which a 30 limit is reached once again as the road enters Lochore.
The road heads north through town before bending to the right to go round Navitie Hill. Just after reaching open country the B9097 comes in from the right after which the B920 is the dominant number in a short multiplex onto the flat land of the valley of the River Leven. After the B9097 turns off left the B920 bends to the right then TOTSOs left onto a road called The Causeway to cross the dead-straight River Leven. The road continues on towards the hills seen in the distance. It reaches the foot at Scotlandwell and ends at a TOTSO on the A911.