From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
|From:||near Ashkirk (NT474229)|
|To:||near Crailing (NT680246)|
|Length:||14.4 miles (23.2 km)|
|Meets:||A7, B6359, A68, A698|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6400 is a secondary road across the Scottish Borders
It starts from the A7 north of Ashkirk, Roxburghshire and goes easterly, signed Ancrum. At first the road runs near the Ale Water then climbs to the small village of Clerklands before descending to Riddell and recrossing the Ale Water.
It then runs to the larger village of Lilliesleaf with its own 30 mph signs. A multiplex with the B6359 runs from here. The multiplex ends and the B6400 continues still signed Ancrum. Eventually Ancrum again with own 30 mph signs is reached. Affter the village the Ale Water is crossed again and an offset crossroads heralds the crossing of the A68 signed Nisbet.
Monteviot House is passed then Nisbet. The River Teviot is then crossed on a weak bridge and the road ends on the A698