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A658 road

Coordinates: 53°54′43″N 1°37′27″W / 53.9119°N 1.6241°W / 53.9119; -1.6241 (A658 road)
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A658 shield
The A658 dual carriageway plus a pedestrian walkway runs under the main runway at Leeds Bradford International Airport
Major junctions
East endKnaresborough
West endBradford
CountryUnited Kingdom
Constituent countryEngland
Road network

The A658 is a road in Yorkshire, UK.


It runs from Bradford, West Yorkshire (53°47′42″N 1°44′55″W / 53.7949°N 1.7487°W / 53.7949; -1.7487 (A658 road (southwestern end))), to Knaresborough, North Yorkshire (54°00′23″N 1°25′58″W / 54.0065°N 1.4327°W / 54.0065; -1.4327 (A658 road (southwestern end))), 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.[1] The A658 originally terminated south of the village of Pannal at the junction with the A61,[2] 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[edit]


  1. ^ Bradford, Brighouse, Halifax, Keighley. Sevenoaks: Geographers' A-Z Map Co. 2004. p. 5. ISBN 1843482088.
  2. ^ "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
  3. ^ a b Witherow, John, ed. (29 July 2013). "'Unbelievably stupid' driver ignored accident cordon". The Times. No. 70949. London. p. 16.

External links[edit]

53°54′43″N 1°37′27″W / 53.9119°N 1.6241°W / 53.9119; -1.6241 (A658 road)