|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||3 miles (4.8 km)|
|Meets:||A61, B6026, B6014|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6025 is a largely rural B-road in east Derbyshire.
Our route starts on the A61, with a short dual carriageway on the A road providing a turning lane for our B6025. The road heads east and, after a short journey through open countryside, we arrive at our first village, Westhouses. This village was built originally to serve the Midland Railway, and had its own station on the Nottingham to Sheffield line, which is now long closed. At the site of the old station we turn left at a TOTSO with an unclassified road, and run parallel to the railway before bending right at the edge of the village to go underneath the line.
We now head in a roughly northesterly direction, shadowing the old Teversal & Pleasley branch line (now a cycle track). After about a mile we reach the edge of Tibshelf village. Here we meet two B roads, firstly the B6026 to our right, and then the B6014 at a mini-roundabout, where our road ends.