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|To:||Shepherd Hill (SE291209)|
|Length:||1.5 miles (2.4 km)|
|Now part of:||B6128|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6129 is a short link road to the north of the Yorkshire town of Ossett.
Originally the B6129 started on the B6128 in the Market Place in Ossett and headed north along Dale Street. The B6128 has been rerouted twice (and the Market Place pedestrianised) and so the southernmost section of the original B6129 is now partly pedestrianised and partly B6128. The current southern end of the road is at traffic lights at the northern end of the Prospect Road relief road, where the B6128 has to TOTSO.
The B6129 heads north along the remainder of Dale Street, which is largely residential. At the far end is a T-junction. Originally the road ended here on the A638. However, this section was bypassed in the 1970s and so the B6129 TOTSOs right (the road to the left being unclassified).
The road continues east along Wakefield Road for a greater distance than the original length of the road. It goes through Flushdyke which is partly residential and partly industrial estate before climbing to reach a teardrop roundabout. Traffic is forced left over the A638 to join that road eastbound. There is no access between the B6129 and the westbound A638 but sliproads for the other movements are provided. Immediately to the east of this GSJ is M1 J40.
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