A roads in Zone 6 of the Great Britain numbering scheme

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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[edit]

Road From To Notes
A6 Luton Carlisle Originally London to Carlisle, starting from the A1 at Barnet. The fourth longest numbered route in the UK at 299 miles.
A60 Loughborough Doncaster
A61 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 Forms the primary route between Leeds and Harrogate but is superseded to the south by the M1 motorway to Wakefield. Originally went on what is now the A6135 north of Sheffield.
A62 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
A63 Leeds Kingston upon Hull
A64 Leeds Scarborough Main road from West Yorkshire to the East Coast. Is briefly A64(M) as part of Leeds Inner Ring Road.
A65 Leeds Kendal Trans Pennine route.
A66 Grangetown Workington
A67 Bowes Crathorne
A68 Edinburgh Darlington
A69 Denton Burn Carlisle

Triple-digit roads[edit]

Road From To Notes
A600 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.
A601 Derby Inner Ring Road. See also the A601(M) motorway in Lancashire.

Previously allocated to a road from Luton to near Babraham. Became a portion of the A505 in 1935 when it was extended north to the A11; the section through Hitchin and Baldock is now the B656.

A602 Hitchin Ware
A603 Bedford Cambridge Section from Sandy to New Wimpole (on the A1198) downgraded to B1042.
A604 Unused Used to run from Barton Seagrave to Harwich. Downgraded to sections of the A14, A1307, A143, A1017, A1124, A137, B1352, A120 and A136 by 1998. The original route went from the A6 at Barton Seagrave to the A14 at Huntingdon. Historically, the Godmanchester to Colchester section was the original A132, and the Colchester to Harwich section was the original A135.
A605 A14 J13 Hobbs Lot Bridge, near Guyhirn
A606 Stamford West Bridgford
A607 Leicester Bracebridge Heath
A608 Newstead Derby
A609 Nottingham Belper
A610 Nottingham Ambergate
A611 Nottingham Mansfield
A612 Nottingham Newark-on-Trent Runs via Southwell
A613 Unused Originally ran from Nuthall to Alfreton. The extension of the M1 to J28 and the completion of the A615 Alfreton bypass (now the A38) resulted in a faster route between Nottingham and Alfreton, and this was the final nail in the coffin for the A613. It was downgraded to the B600, probably in the late 1960s or early 1970s (does not show on maps after that).

Later used for the Gateshead Western Bypass from Birtley to Blaydon. Became part of the A69 early on and then the A1 in the 1990s.[1]

Number also appears in the DfT Road lists from around 2002 as "Reserved for use for the Kirkumgate - Disforth proposals". Both place names do not exist with these spellings ("Kirkumgate" is probably an archaic spelling for Kirkhamgate and "Disforth" is a typo). The route is likely a descendant of the Kirkhamgate - Dishforth Motorway, a proposal to extend the M1 north between Leeds and Bradford, which later became the A6183, before being rerouted east of Leeds and becoming the M1 extension north of J43.

A614 Calverton Bridlington
A615 Alfreton Matlock Former section between Alfreton and Mansfield now part of A38
A616 Newark-on-Trent Huddersfield Becomes M1 motorway between Junctions 30 & 35A
A617 Chesterfield Newark-on-Trent
A618 Clowne Rotherham
A619 Bakewell Worksop
A620 Ranby Beckingham
A621 Sheffield Baslow
A622 Unused Originally ran from Bakewell to Hathersage; downgraded to the B6001 in the 1960s, although a section in Calver is the southern end of the A625.

Later used as a provisional number along the Haslingden Bypass in east Lancashire. It was extended to meet the M65 at J8 in 1985 and was then renumbered as part of a rerouted A56.

A623 Chapel-en-le-Frith Baslow
A624 Glossop Chapel-en-le-Frith Prior to rerouting of the A6 via Chapel-en-le-Frith this used to go as far as Buxton
A625 Sheffield Calver Rerouted following collapse of part of the route
A626 Glossop Heaton Chapel
A627 Hazel Grove Rochdale Between Oldham and Rochdale runs as the A627(M).
A628 Hollingworth Pontefract Trans Pennine route.
A629 Rotherham Skipton Runs between Chapeltown and the junction with A61 west of Burncross as B6546. Originally went south via current A61 routing to Sheffield.
A630 Sheffield M18 Junction 4
A631 Greenland Louth
A632 Matlock Cuckney Previously allocated to a road from Rotherham to north of Sheffield; this became part of the rerouted A629 at the same time the current A632 was created. The section between old and current A61 is now the B6546.
A633 Rotherham New Lodge
A634 Maltby A638 near Retford
A635 Manchester Doncaster Trans Pennine route. The westernmost section in Manchester is part of the unsigned A635(M).
A636 Denby Dale Wakefield
A637 Gawber Grange Moor
A638 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)
A639 Skellow Leeds
A640 Rochdale Huddersfield Trans Pennine route.
A641 Huddersfield Bradford Main road between Huddersfield and Bradford.
A642 Huddersfield Garforth
A643 M62 Junction 23 Leeds
A644 Dewsbury Denholme Clough
A645 Crofton Snaith Joins the A638 at Crofton and this continues to Wakefield.
A646 Halifax Burnley
A647 Leeds Halifax Britain's first High Occupancy Vehicle Lane (HOV lane).
A648 Unused Ran from Denholme to Brighouse. Renumbered as an extension of the A644 in 1935.

Next used from Kegworth to West Bridgford, linking the M1 at J24 to Nottingham; a portion of the route was formally the B679. In 1978, the section west of the A614 was renumbered as a portion of a rerouted A453; the section to the east returned to the B679.

A649 Liversedge Hipperholme
A650 Wakefield Keighley
A651 Liversedge East Bierley
A652 Dewsbury Gomersal
A653 Dewsbury Leeds
A654 Tingley Oulton
A655 near Crofton Castleford
A656 Castleford Aberford
A657 Shipley Leeds
A658 Bradford A59 east of Knaresborough
A659 Tadcaster Otley
A660 Leeds Burley in Wharfedale
A661 Wetherby Harrogate
A662 Manchester Droylsden
A663 Failsworth Newhey
A664 Manchester Rochdale
A665 Manchester Ainsworth Junction with A58
A666 Pendlebury Langho
A667 Kearsley Whitefield
A668 Unused Ran from Whitefield to Ainsworth. The section from Whitefield to Radcliffe became an extension of the A665 in the 1960s and the remainder was downgraded to Class II in the early 1970s: the section in Whitefield became the B6473 and the section from Radcliffe to Ainsworth became the B6292.
A669 Middleton Greenfield
A670 Ashton-under-Lyne Diggle
A671 Oldham Worston
A672 Oldham Ripponden
A673 Bolton Heath Charnock
A674 Chorley Blackburn
A675 Bolton Walton-le-Dale
A676 Ramsbottom Bolton
A677 Blackburn Samlesbury
A678 Blackburn Padiham
A679 Blackburn Burnley
A680 Rochdale Whalley
A681 Haslingden Todmorden
A682 Bent Gate Long Preston Part of the road is the most dangerous in the UK
A683 Heysham Kirkby Stephen includes the Bay Gateway opened 2016
A684 Kendal A19 east of Ellerbeck
A685 Kendal Brough
A686 Penrith Haydon Bridge
A687 Ingleton Cantsfield Originally allocated between Scotch Corner and Darlington (the A1 was routed from Boroughbridge to Darlington via Thirsk and Northallerton). But as early as February 1922, it was decided that the A1 should run via Scotch Corner, as its route was more important. Eventually the MOT caved in to local authority knowledge, and the A687 was one of the first A roads to be decommissioned, becoming the A1. Much of route has since been downgraded due to completion of nearby A1(M) and A66(M), and the portion running through Barton was declassified. The section in County Durham is now part of the A66.
A688 Barnard Castle Bowburn
A689 A595 near Carlisle Hartlepool
A690 Crook Sunderland
A691 Consett Durham
A692 Castleside A1 near Gateshead
A693 Leadgate Chester-le-Street
A694 Consett A1 near MetroCentre
A695 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hexham Part was proposed to be the A695(M) Shields Road Motorway
A696 Otterburn Newcastle-upon-Tyne
A697 Morpeth Oxton
A698 Berwick Hawick
A699 Selkirk Kelso

Four-digit roads (60xx)[edit]

Road From To Notes
A6000 Unused Ran from the A600 to the A601 (now A505) in Hitchin; decommissioned sometime after 1960. The portion along Bedford Road is now part of the A505.
A6001 Biggleswade Biggleswade Originally ran from Henlow Camp to Biggleswade. The route from Biggleswade to Henlow Camp was downgraded to the B659.[2]
A6002 Stapleford Bulwell Originally ran from Bedford to the A1 near Chawston. Became an extension of the A428 in 1935; the eastern section is now unclassified due to rerouting of the A421 and the western section is now part of the A4280.
A6003 Barton Seagrave Oakham Joins A14 opposite A6
A6004 Loughborough Loughborough railway station Loughborough Ring Road
A6005 Nottingham Derby
A6006 Hathern Melton Mowbray Originally ran near Castle Donington between the A6 (now A50) and the A453 (now the B6540); declassified in 1970 or 1971.
A6007 Codnor Bramcote
A6008 Broad Marsh Centre Victoria Centre Nottingham Inner Ring Road
A6009 Mansfield Mansfield Mansfield Inner Circle

Originally ran from Budby to Worksop. Renumbered to B6005 in the 1970s and much of the route became part of the B6034 in the 1980s except for one section that was declassified.

A6010 Chorlton-cum-Hardy Cheetham Manchester Intermediate Ring Road

Originally ran from Stony Middleton to Grindleford Bridge. Downgraded in the 1960s to a portion of the B6521 (the A622 was downgraded at the same time to the B6001).

A6011 Nottingham (Meadow Lane) Gamston Originally ran from Grindleford Bridge to the Fox House Inn. Downgraded in the 1960s to a portion of the B6521 (the A622 was downgraded at the same time to the B6001).
A6012 Unused Was once a road in Bamford, cutting the corner between the A625 (now A6187) from Hope and the A6013. Declassified in the 1970s after the western end was blocked off.
A6013 Ashopton Bamford The original northern end (along with Ashopton itself) was flooded in 1945 when the Ladybower Reservoir was built and was rerouted over the A6014.
Kettering bypass Northampton Road, Kettering Former portion of the A43 before it was rerouted to bypass Kettering. Duplicate number.
A6014 Corby Great Oakley Originally on a route cutting the southeast corner between the A6013 and the A57 east of Ashopton. Became a portion of a rerouted A6013 in 1945 due to completion of the Ladybower Reservoir; the northern end is now gone, submerged beneath the reservoir. Parts of the old road can still be seen, including the spilt from the A6013 leading down towards the reservoir.
A6015 Newtown, New Mills Hayfield
A6016 Simmondley,


Charlestown, Glossop Linking the A57 with the A624. Glossop Town Road.
A6017 Bredbury Ashton-under-Lyne
A6018 Mottram in Longdendale Stalybridge
A6019 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. Became part of the A621 by the 1960s and is now unclassified.

A6020 Ashford-in-the-Water A619 near Bakewell Acts as a bypass for Bakewell.

Originally ran along Commercial Street in Sheffield, linking the A57 to the A61. Although the road was still classified in the 1990s, it did not have the A6020 number (it was moved to its current route in the 1930s) and had likely become a spur of the A57. Now unclassified.

A6021 South East Rotherham South West Rotherham Originally used on a route from the A628 Hemsworth Bypass to the A1/A639 junction at Barnsdale Bar, constructed in 2008-2009. The number stems from a typo, as the road was to be the A6201, but the route was mapped and signed as A6021. The signs have since been corrected.
A6022 Mexborough Swinton
A6023 Wath upon Dearne Conisbrough
A6024 A628 at Woodhead Honley
A6025 Brighouse A629 near Elland
A6026 A58 near Sowerby Bridge A629 near Greetland
A6027 Horwich Horwich Originally ran from King Cross to the A629 south of Halifax. Became a portion of the A646 (probably in the 1930s) along with the decommissioning of the A6028.
A6028 Unused Ran from the A640 near Outlane to the A643 in Brighouse; became a portion of the A643 in 1935 when its western end was rerouted.
A6029 Morley Tingley
A6030 A563/A47 at Evington A6 at Stoneygate Relic of former Leicester ring road, now mostly substituted by A563 Outer Ring.

Originally ran from the A642 to the A61 in Wakefield. The section along Marygate is now part of the A650 and the section along Bull Ring is unclassified, although some maps claim that it is also part of the A650.

A6031 Unused Linked the A650 to the A61 in northern Wakefield, was one of the shortest A roads in the 1922 list at around 300 feet; became a portion of the A650 when it was rerouted.
A6032 Castleford Castleford
A6033 Littleborough Haworth
A6034 Steeton Addingham
A6035 Keighley Keighley
A6036 Halifax Bradford
A6037 Shipley Bradford
A6038 Shipley Otley
A6039 Unused Ran from the A65 in Menston to the A659 (now A660) in Otley. Decommissioned when the A660 Otley bypass was built; the section west of the bypass became an extension of the A6038 and the eastern section became a portion of the A659. Number possibly used in Mansfield (appears on a DfT map from c. 2002), but no further information is known. Before Mansfield town center was bypassed, a tangle of A roads was shown on OS maps, and one of these probably had the A6039 number.
A6040 Harrogate Harrogate
A6041 Manchester Salford
A6042 Manchester Manchester Forms the western section of the Manchester & Salford Inner Relief Route
A6043 Ashton-under-Lyne Ashton-under-Lyne Signed westbound as (A627) and eastbound as A6018.
A6044 Pendlebury Heaton Park Takes on the names of Sheepfoot Lane, Scholes Lane, Hilton Lane, Rainsough Brow and finally Agecroft Road, respectively.
A6045 Heywood Heaton Park
A6046 Heywood Middleton
A6047 Heywood Heywood
A6048 Oldham Oldham
A6049 Unused Ran from the A62 to the A627 along George Street in Oldham. The northern end is now gone, with the Town Square shopping center built on top.
A6050 A670 near Mossley A669 near Lydgate
A6051 Greenfield Greenfield Shortest A road in Britain, less than half a mile long
A6052 Uppermill Denshaw
A6053 Kearsley A56 near Bury
A6054 Unused Ran along Marsden Road in Bolton from the A58 and B6203 to the A673. Became a spur of the A673 as a part of the 1935 renumbering, but a photograph from 1937 shows the road as A6054, so the change must have been after 1935.
A6055 Knaresborough Barton, North Yorkshire Originally ran from Knaresborough to Boroughbridge; extended to replace the former A1 between Baldersby Gate and Barton after the A1(M) extension opened.

Originally used for the northern end of Derby Street in Bolton, linking the A579 to the A568 (now A676). Route is now gone due to redevelopment.

A6056 Unused Ran along Crook Street and Orlando Road in Bolton from the A6055 to the A66.
A6057 Unused Ran from the A6056 to the A6058 in Bolton. Now part of the A579.
A6058 Bolton Bolton
A6059 Unused Connected the A666 and A676 in northern Bolton. Downgraded to B6472 in the 1960s.
A6060 Rochdale Rochdale Along Dane Street - From A680 between Spotland Road and Edenfield Road to A58 Junction to The Esplanade and Dane Street
A6061 A675 in Riley Green, Lancashire A674 near Feniscowles, Lancashire
A6062 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.[3]
A6063 Preston Deepdale, Preston Originally ran from the A677 along Branch Road to Whalley Road (then the A59) in Mellor Brook. This became part of a rerouted A59 after World War II and the A6063 was reassigned to a portion of bypassed A59 through Myerscough Smithy. Later the route was extended to go around Samlesbury Aerodrome. In the 1960s the A59 and A677 were given their routes back, but the A6063 was declassified instead of being given its original route.
A6064 Unused Ran from Rishton to Harwood Bar. Downgraded to the B6535 in the 1970s.
A6065 Unused First used along Blackburn Road in Accrington from Abbey Street (then A680) to Broadway (then A679). Declassified to remove traffic from the center of Accrington.

Ran as a loop off of the A1 along the former A1 via through Newark-on-Trent Renumbered to the A616, B6325 and B6326 because there was no need for a Class I road through Newark after the bypass opened in 1990.

A6066 A681 in Stacksteads, Lancashire A671 in Britannia, Lancashire Near Bacup
A6067 Unused Ran from the A58 in Littleborough to the A681 near Todmorden along the Rochdale Canal. Became an extension of the A6033 in 1935. Number later used from Annfield Plain to Flint Hill along a former section of A6076. This was downgraded to the B6168 in the 1960s.
A6068 Kildwick, North Yorkshire Hapton, Lancashire Via Padiham, Colne
A6069 Skipton Skipton
A6070 Carnforth Crooklands Includes the route of the former A601(M) motorway following its downgrading.
A6071 Brampton Gretna
A6072 Heighington Bishop Auckland
A6073 Unused Ran from Bishop Auckland to the A68 at High Etherley. Except for the easternmost section (now unclassified), the route is now part of the B6282.
A6074 Unused Ran from Bishop Auckland to the A1 (now A167) at Croxdale. Much of route now A688 (much of it bypassed, however), the section north of Spennymoor is now B6288 and the bypassed sections are now unclassified.
A6075 Sutton in Ashfield Darlton Originally ran from Castleside to Leadgate via Consett. Became a western extension of the A692 in 1935.
A6076 Lanchester Sunniside
A6077 Blackburn M65 at Guide Previously numbered A6177 until 2005, to remove duplication as another A6177 (the current one) exists. Was originally B6232.

Originally ran from A693 in Stanley to A692 in Hobson. Downgraded to Class II status as the B6173.

A6078 Blackburn Blackburn Blackburn Orbital Route

Originally ran from A686 in Crook Hill to A69 in Haydon Bridge (now Shaftoe Street; bridge demolished). Declassified in the 1960s, probably when the current bridge was built.

A6079 Hexham A68 road
A6080 Unused Cut the corner between the A66 and A69 (both now A695) in Corbridge. Now part of the A695.
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.
A6085 Scotswood Bridge Throckley
A6086 Corby Corby Originally ran along Grainger Street West and Grainger Street in Newcastle-upon-Tyne; now unclassified.
A6087 Unused Ran from the A6087 in Belsay to the A1 (now B1337) south of Morpeth. Downgraded to the B6524 in the 1970s.
A6088 Hawick Carter Bar (A68)
A6089 Whiteburn Kelso
A6090 Bonjedward Bonjedward Most likely to be the second shortest "A road" in Great Britain after the A962 in Kirkwall.
A6091 Galashiels Newtown St Boswells Used as the link to the A68, bypassing Melrose
A6092 Unused Ran from the A7 to Melrose Road (former A6091). Downgraded to the B6452 when the A6091 was rerouted, although some maps claim the road is the western end of the B6374.
A6093 Fordel Haddington
A6094 Leadburn Wallyford
A6095 Edinburgh Musselburgh
A6096 Spondon Giltbrook Originally ran from Meadowbank to Joppa, connecting the A1 to itself. Became the A1 in 1935 when it was rerouted; the eastern section is now the A199 when the A1 was rerouted onto the Musselburgh bypass.
A6097 Bingham Warren Hill, near Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire
A6098 Kettering Kettering
A6099 Bolton Halliwell Originally ran along Vicar Lane in Chesterfield, possibly a replacement for the B6046 which paralleled the route to the south. This became a spur of the A619 in 1935.

Four-digit roads (61xx and higher)[edit]

Road From To Notes
A6100 Ran along London Road in Sheffield, connecting the A621 to itself; was the B6068 until the mid-1920s. The London Road section is now the B6388 and the Wolseley Road section is now part of a rerouted A621.
A6101 Rivelin, Sheffield Hillsborough, Sheffield
A6102 A61 at Greenhill A616 at Deepcar
A6103 Reserved Reserved for Derby, possibly for the southern part of the A61.

The original route went from A62 in Newton Heath via Lightbowne Road to A6104 in Moston; this became part of an extended B6393 by the 1970s.

A6104 Hathershaw Prestwich
A6105 Earlston Berwick-upon-Tweed
A6106 Dalkeith Portobello The section between the A720 and Dalkeith was previously part of the A68 before that road was diverted further east.
A6107 A643 near Brighouse A62 at Bradley
A6108 Scotch Corner Ripon
A6109 Sheffield Rotherham
A6110 Beeston, Leeds Bramley, Leeds Part of the Leeds Outer Ring Road.
A6111 Ran from Wooler to Scremerston; was the B6350 before it was upgraded to Class I status. Downgraded back to Class II status and is now the B6525.
A6112 Coldstream Grantshouse
A6113 Cut the corner between the A627 and A560 south of Hyde. Now part of a rerouted A627.
A6114 Burnley Reedley
A6115 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).
A6116 Thrapston Rockingham
A6117 Mansfield Mansfield Woodhouse Originally ran from Leicester Bridge to the A606 and B679. Now part of a rerouted A606.
A6118 Ran from Stibbington to Wansford along an old routing of the A1. Declassified in 2017.[4]
A6119 Beardwood Whitebirk Part of the Blackburn Ring Road.
A6120 A647 M1 J46 Part of the Leeds Outer Ring Road.
A6121 Morcott Bourne
A6123 South East Rotherham North Rotherham
A6124 Musselburgh Fordel
A6125 Ran from Gateshead to Seaton Burn; now Wellington Street, High Level Bridge, B1307, B1318, and A1
A6126 Ran from the A1 across the Swing Bridge to Newcastle upon Tyne; was originally the northern end of the A184 until the rerouting of the A1 put it out of zone. All of route unclassified except the section along Sandhill (now B1600), the northern end of the route around Grey's Monument is now pedestrianized.
A6127 Ran from Chester-le-Street to Blakelaw; became a portion of the A167 after the Newcastle western bypass opened in the 1990s. Current A167(M) originally had the designation of A6127(M).
A6128 Since the A6135 was created in 1930, this road definitely existed, but it is unknown where.
A6129 Welwyn Welwyn
A6130 Lenton Mapperley Park Originally ran along Huntingdon Street and the middle part of Lower Parliament Street in Nottingham; formerly the B681. Now part of the A60.
A6131 Low Snaygill Skipton Bypass
A6132 Ran between the A600 and the A505 along Fishpond and Nightingale roads in Hitchin, bypassing Hitchin town center to the north. Now a part of the A505.
A6133 Measborough Dike Pogmoor Originally ran between Sleaford Road in Newark-on-Trent to Beauford Cross; a portion of the route was formerly B689.
A6134 Was part of the Sheffield Inner Ring Road; became part of the A61 in the 1990s.
A6135 M1 J30, near Barlborough M1 J36, near Hoyland Via Sheffield City Centre.

Originally allocated to a road from A629 north of Sheffield northeast to A61; this became part of a rerouted A61, and the road number was reused on the old route of the A61.

A6136 Richmond A1
A6137 Aderlady Haddington
A6138 Since the former A6141 was created in 1930, this road definitely existed, but it is unknown where.
A6139 Sowerby Bridge Sowerby Bridge
A6140 Ashton-under-Lyne Guide Bridge Most of its route is the Ashton-under-Lyne Northern By-Pass.

Originally ran along former A58 in Bolton, linking the A58 to itself. Now the western end of the A676.

A6141 Ran from Letchworth to Baldock. Became the A505 and B197 in the 2000s after Baldock was bypassed.
A6142 Sowerby Bridge Halifax
A6143 Manchester Deansgate
A6144 Lymm Stretford Includes the Carrington Spur, formerly the A6144(M).

Originally used in Bolton, possibly allocated in the 1960s alongside the A6145. Probably short-lived as the number was reused slightly further south in the 1970s.

A6145 Daubhill Fernhill Gate
A6146 Former route in Bolton. It is unknown where it went, but it probably ran alongside the A6145.
A6147 - A6170 Unused
A6171 Ran from the A6127 (former A1) to the A6125 in Gatehead.
A6172 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 or even numbered).

A6173 - A6174 Unused
A6175 Clay Cross M1
A6176 Ravenscliffe Bolton, Bradford
A6177 Bradford Bradford Also used in 1997 between Blackburn and the A56 at Haslingden Grane when the M65 was completed. Originally the B6232, it returned to that number in 2005 when it was found that the number was a duplicate; the section west of the M65 became the A6077.
A6178 Rotherham Sheffield
A6179 Unused
A6180 Ran between Romiley and Bredbury; originally was the western end of the B6104. It is unknown if the number was ever used as the road still had Class II status in the 1960s but had been upgraded to the A6017 by the 1980s.
A6181 Bradford Bradford
A6182 M18 J3 Doncaster
A6183 Kettering Weekley Kettering northern bypass, formerly a section of the A43.

Originally proposed as an alternative number for the M1 west of Leeds proposal between Kirkhamgate and Dishforth. Dropped in favor of a route from the M1 to the A1 that ran east of Leeds, eventually becoming the M1 extension.

A6184 Unused
A6185 Rishton Accrington
A6186 Durkar Milnthorpe
A6187 A625 Castleton Part of the former route of the A625

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

A6188 Heaton Chapel Shaw Heath Designated 2019; former portions of the A626 and B5465.
A6189 - A6190 Unused
A6191 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
A6193 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, also known as Neil Fox Way
A6195 M1 J36 Shafton
A6196 Cutsyke Glasshoughton Glasshoughton Southern Link Road, opened in June 2020.
A6197 - A6199 Unused
A6200 Nottingham Nottingham
A6201 A628 southeast of Hemsworth A1 - A639 intersection at Barnsdale Bar (South of Pontefract) Renumbered from A6021 when it was found the original A6021 in Rotherham still existed.
A6211 Woodthorpe, Arnold Gedling, Carlton
A6400 Listed in the DfT Roads List as "Wakefield, West Yorkshire Between A64 and A642 link road", but as it does not appear on any known maps, the number may have been short-lived or was simply never used. A 2002 Wakefield MDC planning document stated that the route did in fact become Bar Lane, though it was seemingly never classified (and the number not mentioned).
A6464 Lenton Abbey Beeston
A6514 Arnold Wollaton Part of the Nottingham Ring Road, linking the A52 west of the city to the A60 north of the city.
A6520 Trent Bridge Nottingham
A6539 M62 J32 Castleford Asda
A6900 Kettering Kettering


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  2. ^ "A6001 - Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki". www.sabre-roads.org.uk. Retrieved 30 August 2023.
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  4. ^ "All of the A6118". roads.org. Retrieved 17 June 2023.