The route of a road which is visible as an earthwork. The road may date back to the Medieval period but it was certainly in use during the Imperial period. It is situated to the west of Ullenhall.
1 A former road ran from south east to north west from the present Tracey Farm on the Outhill-Oldberrow road towards the Gorcott Hill-Ullenhall road. Although shown as a continuous road on Greenwood’s map of 1822 and on the OS field sheets, the southern part had ceased to exist by 1839. A settlement at its southern end, Freemans Green (WA1208), had also ceased to exist in the same period.
2 The course of this road is still quite clear with banks and lines of trees along most of the distance.