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Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Cameron Bridge (NT349998)
To:  Leven (NO377003)
Distance:  2.6 miles (4.2 km)
Meets:  A915, A955, B931, A955, B931
Former Number(s):  A955
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B932 Cameron Bridge – Leven

The B932 is a short B-road through Methil on the Fife coast.

It starts at a roundabout on the A915 near Cameron Bridge and heads south east across a couple of fields into Methil. It then follows the largely residential Main Street eastwards through the suburb of Methilhill, passing a selection of rather uninspiring mid twentieth century council housing. Eventually the road bends to the right onto Sea Road and meets the A955 at the Sea Road North Roundabout at Auld Toll. On the far side of the roundabout, Sea Road is dual-carriageway – although apparently D1 with a wide cycle lane rather than D2. It crosses another roundabout (presumably Sea Road South Roundabout) and then at the far end it reaches the current route of the B931, at a slightly awkward staggered crossroads.

The B932 crosses over and turns to run eastwards along the High Street, formerly the A955, crossing the Energy Park Roundabout which gives access to the large shoreside industrial redevelopment area. It then bears right into Station Road (the A955 continued ahead along the High Street) and so bypasses the old town centre. Station Road becomes South Street, which runs north east past the docks to meet the further end of the High Street. The old route of the A955 has now been built over, so South Street continues as a new road curving around the housing estate before ending at a roundabout at the western end of the Bawbee Bridge where it meets the current A955 and B931 once more.


Originally the B932 ended at Auld Toll, although the road it ended on was the B931 until the 1970s when the B931 and A955 swapped routes and the B932 was extended. At some point prior to 1932 the route was extended, after a multiplex eastwards along the B931, it continued south along Methil Brae to meet the A955 on the High Street. The dualled section along Sea Road is first shown complete on the 1960 OS 1:10,000 map, although it is later depicted as being single carriageway on the One Inch sheets. The High Street bypass is shown on the same map, but doesn't connect up at the eastern end, and the current route of South Street is still shown as being railway yards in 1969.

The 1922 MOT Road List defines this route as: Methilhill - Windygates

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