From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
|Length:||3.9 miles (6.3 km)|
|Meets:||A6, B6258, A675, A59, A677|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6230 is a largely rural B-road in central Lancashire.
It starts at a roundabout on the A66 Walton-le-Dale bypass. It then heads east into town to reach the B6258 (pre-bypass A6) at a mini-roundabout. This section of road did not exist prior to the construction of the bypass.
There is then a short multiplex north along the B6258. It crosses the River Darwen and reaches the A675 at a mini-roundabout. The B6230 starts again at its original western end, just to the west (having multiplexed along a few yards of A675 to the next mini-roundabout).
The road heads east past the church and gets very close to the south bank of the River Ribble for a short distance. The road then begins to climb out of the valley, eventually reaching open country before it bends to go over the M6. The road continues east across the fields to head to the south of the InBev brewery to end at traffic lights on the A59.