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|Length:||11.3 miles (18.2 km)|
|Meets:||A699, B6350, A698, B6436, B6396, B6401, B6396, B6351, A697|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6352 is a rural B-road across the English-Scottish border.
It starts in the centre of Kelso at a triangular junction immediately to the south of the A699 bridge over the River Tweed. That road TOTSOs here and the B6352 runs anticlockwise around Brigend Park, along the original line of the A698. Soon the B6352 TOTSOs left (appearing to run ahead) at its original starting point as the pre-bypass A698 (now unclassified) continues around to the right along Jedburgh Road.
The B6352 heads south along Station Road and meets the B6350 just before reaching the A698 bypass (built on the route of the old railway line). This is crossed at a staggered crossroads, after which the road enters open country. It heads southeast across reasonably flat land, meeting the B6436 and B6396 before the terrain becomes more undulating and the road sinks, with the hedges on either side well above the road.
After a couple of miles with limited visibility the fields come back into view. The road then goes round the north of Yetholm Law (a hill) before reaching Town Yetholm, twin village of the more famous Kirk Yetholm which marks the northern end of the Pennine Way. At the northern end of the High Street the road bends to the right to join the B6401 end-on; the mainline of the B6352 TOTSOs left here. It leaves the village and heads downstream along the valley of Bowmont Water. England is entered soon afterwards.
The road continues northwards along the valley to a T-junction where the B6396 comes in from the left and the B6352 TOTSOs right. Road and valley then head eastwards until the B6351 turns off to the right. This continues along the valley and the B6352 bends to the left and follows a tributary upstream onto the moors. A summit is met at West Flodden, after which the road descends into the valley of the River Till. It ends at a T-junction on the A697 on the near side of the river.