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The A658 is a road in the UK running from Bradford, West Yorkshire ( to ),Knaresborough, North Yorkshire ( passing along the way ),Leeds Bradford International Airport, where it runs through a tunnel directly under the main runway. The road starts near to the cathedral in Bradford, crossing the A650 almost immediately as it heads north westwards from the city. The A658 originally terminated south of the village of Pannal at the junction with the A61, but was extended when the south Harrogate and Knaresborough bypass was built and the road now ends east of Knaresborough where it meets the A59.
Places along the A658
- Apperley Bridge
- Leeds Bradford International Airport
- Pool in Wharfedale
- Harrogate Spa
- Bradford, Brighouse, Halifax, Keighley. Sevenoaks: Geographers' A-Z Map Co. 2004. p. 5. ISBN 1843482088.
- "SE35 - B// (includes: Follifoot; Goldsborough; Harrogate; Knaresborough; Knaresb... - Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps of Great Britain, 1945-1969". maps.nls.uk. Retrieved 1 March 2022.
Located at SE303504
- Witherow, John, ed. (29 July 2013). "'Unbelievably stupid' driver ignored accident cordon". The Times. No. 70949. p. 16.