A6097 Road (Great Britain)
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A6097 Road Great Britain

The numbering zones for A-roads in Great Britain

List of A roads in zone 6 in Great Britain starting east of the A6 and A7 roads and west of the A1 (road beginning with 6).

Single- and double-digit roads

Road From To Notes
Luton Carlisle Originally London to Carlisle, starting from the A1 at Barnet.
Loughborough Doncaster
Derby Thirsk Runs through Leeds as the eastern flank of Leeds Inner Ring Road. Forms the primary route between Leeds and Harrogate but is superseded to the south by the M1 motorway to Wakefield.
Leeds Manchester Former main Trans Pennine route from Lancashire to Yorkshire, most of the traffic now uses the M62 motorway, which follows roughly the same route between Manchester and Leeds, but extends to Hull and Liverpool
Leeds Kingston upon Hull
Leeds Scarborough Main road from West Yorkshire to the East Coast. Is briefly A64(M) as part of Leeds Inner Ring Road.
Leeds Kendal Trans Pennine route.
Grangetown Workington
Bowes Crathorne
Edinburgh Darlington
Denton Burn Carlisle

Triple-digit roads

Road From To Notes
Hitchin Bedford Runs through Shortstown and Cotton End. Originally started in Welwyn, but the section south of Hitchin is now B656, Codicote Road, High Street, and London Road.
Derby Inner Ring Road. See also the A601(M) motorway in Lancashire.
Hitchin Ware
Bedford Cambridge Section from Sandy to New Wimpole (on the A1198) downgraded to B1042.
A604 Unused Used to run from Barton Seagrave to Harwich. Now superseded by the A14, A1307, A143, A1017, A1124, A133, B1352, and A120. The original route went from Barton Seagrave to Huntingdon. Historically, the Godmanchester to Colchester section was the original A132, and the Colchester to Harwich section was the original A135.
A14 Junction 13 Hobbs Lot Bridge, near Guyhirn
Stamford West Bridgford
Leicester Grantham
Newstead Derby
Nottingham Belper
Nottingham Ambergate
Nottingham Mansfield
Nottingham Newark-on-Trent Runs via Southwell
A613 Unused Ran from Nuthall to Alfreton (downgraded to B600). Later was a temporary route from Birtley to Blaydon. Became part of the A69 and later the A1.[1]
Calverton Bridlington
Near Clay Cross Matlock
Newark-on-Trent Huddersfield Becomes M1 motorway between Junctions 30 & 35A
Chesterfield Newark-on-Trent
Clowne Rotherham
Bakewell Worksop
Ranby Beckingham
Sheffield Baslow
A622 Unused Ran from Bakewell to Hathersage (now B6001, A625). Later a temporary route on the Haslingden Bypass in east Lancashire (now A56).
Chapel-en-le-Frith Baslow
Glossop Chapel-en-le-Frith Prior to rerouting of the A6 via Chapel-en-le-Frith this used to go as far as Buxton
Sheffield A623 Rerouted following collapse of part of the route
Glossop Heaton Chapel
Hazel Grove Rochdale Between Oldham and Rochdale runs as the A627(M)
Hollingworth Pontefract Trans Pennine route.
Rotherham Skipton Runs between Chapeltown and the junction with A61 west of Burncross as B6546.
Sheffield M18 Junction 4
Greenland Louth
Matlock Cuckney
Rotherham New Lodge
Maltby A638 near Retford
Manchester Doncaster Trans Pennine route.
Denby Dale Wakefield
Gawber Grange Moor
A1 at Markham Moor M62 Chain Bar junction Formerly the A1 but renumbered after the construction of the A1 Retford bypass (Markham Moor to Blyth) and the A1(M) Doncaster bypass (Blyth to Carcroft)
Skellow Leeds
Rochdale Huddersfield Trans Pennine route.
Huddersfield Bradford Main road between Huddersfield and Bradford.
Wakefield Garforth
M62 Junction 23 Leeds
Dewsbury Denholme Clough
Crofton Snaith Joins the A638 Road at Crofton and this continues to Wakefield.
Halifax Burnley
Leeds Halifax Britain's first High Occupancy Vehicle Lane (HOV lane).
A648 Unused Ran from Kegworth to West Bridgford (former B679; now A453 and B679). An earlier route ran from Denholme to Brighouse (now A644).
Liversedge Hipperholme
Wakefield Keighley
Liversedge East Bierley
Dewsbury Gomersal
Dewsbury Leeds
Tingley Oulton
near Crofton Castleford
Castleford Aberford
Shipley Leeds
Bradford A59 east of Knaresborough
Tadcaster Otley
Leeds Burley in Wharfedale
Wetherby Harrogate
Manchester Droylsden
Failsworth Newhey
Manchester Rochdale
Manchester Ainsworth Junction with A58
Pendlebury Langho
Kearsley Whitefield
A668 Unused Ran from Whitefield to Ainsworth (now B6473, A665, and B6292).
Middleton Greenfield
Ashton-under-Lyne Diggle
Oldham Worston
Oldham Ripponden
Bolton Heath Charnock
Chorley Blackburn
Bolton Walton-le-Dale
Hunger Hill Bolton
Blackburn Samlesbury
Blackburn Padiham
Blackburn Burnley
Rochdale Whalley
Haslingden Todmorden
Bent Gate Long Preston Part of the road is the most dangerous in the UK
Heysham Kirkby Stephen includes the Bay Gateway opened 2016
Kendal A19 east of Ellerbeck
Kendal Brough
Penrith Haydon Bridge
Ingleton Cantsfield
Barnard Castle Bowburn
M6 Junction 44 Hartlepool
Crook Sunderland
Consett Durham
Castleside A1 near Gateshead
Leadgate Chester-le-Street
Consett A1 near MetroCentre
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hexham Part was proposed to be the A695(M) Shields Road Motorway
Otterburn Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Morpeth Oxton
Berwick Hawick
Selkirk Kelso

Four-digit roads (60xx)

Road From To Notes
Henlow Camp Biggleswade
Stapleford Bulwell
Barton Seagrave Oakham Joins A14 opposite A6
Loughborough Loughborough railway station Loughborough Ring Road
Nottingham Derby
Hathern Melton Mowbray
Codnor Bramcote
Broad Marsh Centre Victoria Centre Nottingham Inner Ring Road
Mansfield Mansfield Mansfield Inner Circle; an earlier one ran from Budby to Worksop (now B6034).
Chorlton-cum-Hardy Cheetham An Eastern Loop around Manchester
Nottingham (Meadow Lane) Gamston
Unused Was once a road in Bamford from A625 (now A6187) via Mytham Bridge to A6013.
Ladybower Reservoir Bamford This number also occurs in Kettering, Northamptonshire
Kettering Bypass Northampton Rd, Kettering This number also occurs in Bamford
Corby Great Oakley
Newtown, New Mills Hayfield
Simmondley,

Glossop

Charlestown, Glossop Linking the A57 with the A624. Glossop Town Road.
Bredbury Ashton-under-Lyne
Mottram in Longdendale Stalybridge
Nottingham Nottingham A short stretch of road in Nottingham city centre; an older routing went from A57 High Street to A616 Bank Street in Sheffield, but was later extended north to A61 when it was rerouted along West Bar.
Ashford-in-the-Water A619 near Bakewell Acts as a by-pass for Bakewell
South East Rotherham South West Rotherham
A628 South East of Hemsworth A1 - A639 intersection at Barnsdale Bar (South of Pontefract) Recently opened (2009) Hemsworth - A1 Link Road
Mexborough Swinton
Wath upon Dearne Conisbrough
A628 at Woodhead Honley
Brighouse A629 near Elland
A58 near Sowerby Bridge A629 near Greetland
Horwich Horwich
Morley Tingley
A563/A47 at Evington A6 at Stoneygate Relic of former Leicester ring road, now mostly substituted by A563 Outer Ring.
Castleford Castleford
Littleborough Haworth
Steeton Addingham
Keighley Keighley
Halifax Bradford
Shipley Bradford
Shipley Otley
Harrogate Harrogate
Manchester Salford
Manchester Manchester Forms the western section of the Manchester & Salford Inner Relief Route
Pendlebury Heaton Park Takes on the names of Sheepfoot Lane, Scholes Lane, Hilton Lane, Rainsough Brow and finally Agecroft Road, respectively.
Heywood Heaton Park
Heywood Middleton
Heywood Heywood
Oldham Oldham
A670 near Mossley A669 near Lydgate
Greenfield Greenfield smallest A road in Britain, less than half a mile long
Uppermill Denshaw
Kearsley A56 near Bury
Knaresborough Barton, North Yorkshire
Bolton Bolton
Rochdale Rochdale Along Dane Street - From A680 between Sootland Road and Edenfield Road to A58 Junction to The Esplanade and Dane Street
A675 in Riley Green, Lancashire A674 near Feniscowles, Lancashire
A674 in Feniscowles, Blackburn A666 in Ewood, Blackburn The A6062 passes through Livesey and is called Livesey Branch Road for its entire length. The road was originally a turnpike road built in 1810 as a branch of the Blackburn & Bolton Trust.[2]
Preston Deepdale, Preston
A6064 Unused Ran from Rishton to Harwood Bar (now B6535).
A6065 Unused Ran as a loop off of the A1 along the former A1 via through Newark-upon-Trent (now B6325, A616, B6326). Before that, along Blackburn Road in Accrington from Abbey Street (then A680) to Broadway (then A679).
A681 in Stacksteads, Lancashire A671 in Britannia, Lancashire Near Bacup
Kildwick, North Yorkshire Hapton, Lancashire Via Padiham, Colne
Skipton Skipton
Carnforth Crooklands
Brampton Gretna
Heighington Bishop Auckland
Sutton in Ashfield Darlton
Lanchester Sunniside
Blackburn M65 at Guide Previously numbered A6177 until 2005, to remove duplication as another A6177 (the current one) exists. Was originally B6232. An earlier one went from A693 in Stanley to A692 in Hobson (now B6173).
Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn Town Centre Orbital Route; an older routing ran from A686 in Crook Hill to A69 in Haydon Bridge (now Shaftoe Street; bridge demolished).
Hexham A68 road
A6081 Unused Ran from Gateshead to Blaydon (Now Ellison Road, Market Lane, and B6317/Hexham Road; also went east along A1114 and Derwentwater Road before the A184 was built).
A6082 Unused Ran in Gateshead from the A184 to the A695 (now A189; originally went south along First Street and Elysium Street to the A692 before the A184 was built).
A6083 Unused Ran in Gateshead from the A6081 to the A6082 (became part of the A184 when it was built).
A6084 Unused Ran along Mulgrave Terrace from A6125/West Street to A692/Bensham Road in Gateshead. This became part of the A184 as parts were closed off; reused on the old route of the A184 along Askew Road, East Gate, Hawks Road, and Saltmeadow Road.
Scotswood Bridge Throckley
Corby Corby
Hawick Carter Bar (A68)
Whiteburn Kelso
Bonjedward Bonjedward
Galashiels Newtown St Boswells Used as the link to the A68, bypassing Melrose
Fordel Haddington
Leadburn Wallyford
Edinburgh Musselburgh
Spondon Giltbrook
Bingham Warren Hill, near Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire
Kettering Kettering
Bolton Halliwell

Four-digit roads (61xx and higher)

Road From To Notes
Rivelin, Sheffield Hillsborough, Sheffield
A61 at Greenhill A616 at Deepcar
Reserved Reserved for Derby; original route went from A62 in Newton Heath to Lightbowne Road in Manchester.
Hathershaw Prestwich
Earlston Berwick-upon-Tweed
Dalkeith Portobello The section between the A720 and Dalkeith was previously part of the A68 before that road was diverted further east.
A643 near Brighouse A62 at Bradley
Scotch Corner Ripon
Sheffield Rotherham
Beeston, Leeds Bramley, Leeds Part of the Leeds Outer Ring Road.
A6111 Unused Ran from Wooler to Scremerston (now B6525).
Coldstream Grantshouse
Burnley Reedley
A6115 Unused Ran as a road in Newcastle-upon-Tyne from A191 to A1 (now A194) (former A69 and A184; the A1 went southeast via current A19 and A194 at the time). When the western bypass was built and the A1 was rerouted over it, it became part of the A186 and A184. The original A6115 was in Welwyn from the A600 (High Street; this section of the A600 has since been removed) in Welwyn town centre to the A1 at the Clock Hotel (now Church Street and Roman Street).
Thrapston Rockingham
Mansfield Mansfield Woodhouse
Wansford Wansford
Beardwood Whitebirk Part of the Blackburn Ring Road
A647 M1 Junction 46 Part of the Leeds Outer Ring Road.
Morcott Bourne
South East Rotherham North Rotherham
Musselburgh Fordel
A6125 Unused Ran from Gateshead to Seaton Burn; now Wellington Street, High Level Bridge, B1307, B1318, and A1
A6127 Unused Ran from Chester-le-Street to Blakelaw (now A167)
Welwyn Welwyn
Lenton Mapperley Park
Low Snaygill Skipton Bypass
Measborough Dike Pogmoor
Unused Was part of the Sheffield Inner Ring Road; became part of the A61 in the 1990s.
M1 junction 30, near Barlborough M1 junction 36, near Hoyland via Sheffield City Centre
Richmond A1
Aderlady Haddington
Sowerby Bridge Sowerby Bridge
Ashton-under-Lyne Guide Bridge Most of its route is the Ashton-under-Lyne Northern By-Pass; an older one went along former A58 in Bolton from A58 to A58 (now A676).
Unused Ran from Letchworth to Baldock (now A505 and B197).
Sowerby Bridge Halifax
Manchester Deansgate
Lymm Stretford Includes the Carrington Spur, formerly the A6144(M)
Daubhill Fernhill Gate
Great Moor Street from A575 to Black Horse Street in Bolton (formerly part of the A579). The original A6172 went along Roff Avenue, Park Avenue, and Polehill Avenue in Bedford (it is unknown whether this was signed).
Clay Cross M1
Ravenscliffe Bolton, Bradford
Bradford Bradford
Rotherham Sheffield
Bradford Bradford
M18 motorway Junction 3 Doncaster
Kettering Weekley
Rishton Accrington
Durkar Milnthorpe
A625 Castleton Part of the former route of the A625

Ends to a single track road leading to Chapel-en-le-frith

Mansfield Rainworth A section of old A617, renamed after designation of a new by-pass section using A617, both roads having junctions with the old A617 on Mansfield outskirts and with the old A617 on the outskirts of Rainworth village
Milnrow Rochdale It is Sir Isaac Newton Way running from A640 roundabout between Elizabethan Way and Newhey Road to A644 (Kingsway)
A6194 Wakefield Eastern Relief Road Wakefield Eastern Relief Road, also known as Neil Fox Way
M1 Junction 36 Shafton
Nottingham Nottingham
Woodthorpe, Arnold Gedling, Carlton
Lenton Abbey Beeston
Arnold Wollaton Part of the Nottingham Ring Road, linking the A52 west of the city to the A60 north of the city.
Trent Bridge Nottingham
M62 Junction 32 Castleford Asda
Kettering Kettering

References

  1. ^ "A613 (Gateshead)". sabre-roads.org.uk. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ http://195.8.175.11/page.cfm?pageid=453&language=eng[permanent dead link]

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