|Distance:||5.5 miles (8.9 km)|
|Now part of:||B6034|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6005 was a rural B-road across the Dukeries in north Nottinghamshire. The road was originally numbered A6009 but was downgraded to become the B6005 in 1971. However, following the construction of the A57 Worksop bypass the majority of the road became a northern extension of the B6034, which road was rerouted slightly to meet the new road. The bypassed section of the B6005, together with the section north of the A57, was declassified.
The road started in Worksop town centre, where the A57 turned from Bridge Street into Potter Street, and headed south along Park Street, soon leaving town. It soon entered the wood making up this part of Sherwood Forest in the Dukeries. The road formed the boundary between Clumber Park on the left and Welbeck Park on the right. Presently the road reached the edge of Thoresby Park, where it ended on the A616 just north of the village of Budby.