This article is about the original A6014 near what was Ashopton in Derbyshire.
For the current A6014 near Corby in Northamptonshire, see A6014
The northern end of the former A6014 is now submerged under Ladybower Reservoir
The original A6014 was a short link road cutting the south east corner between the A6013 and the A57 to the east of the village of Ashopton in the Upper Derwent Valley.
In the late 1930s, the construction of the Ladybower Reservoir caused the A6013 to be diverted over the reservoir's eastern eastern end. The course of the road runs up to the point the modern A6013 crosses the Ladybower Viaduct, there is a gate to the right of the road and a tarmacked track leads towards the water. This is - or rather was - the A6014, which had turned off the old line of the A6013 about half a mile north of the Yorkshire Bridge Inn. The northern end of the A6014 was roughly opposite Ladybower House: this is not as easy to trace.