|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||3.5 miles (5.6 km)|
|Meets:||A57, B6040, A60, B6045, B6040|
|Route outline (key)|
The short, urban B6041 provides a bypass of Worksop town centre to the north and east of town. The road appears to have gained its number following the completion of the bypass in the 1980s.
Starting on the A57 to the northwest of town, the road is dual carriageway for a short section, before becoming S2 for the rest of the journey. To begin with the road follows the old A57, the current route is now on a high quality bypass to the south of town.
Shortly, we arrive at a triangular junction with the B6040, and we TOTSO left and off the old A57. Following Raymoth Lane, we cross the A60 at a traffic-light-controlled crossroads, and onto Thievesdale Lane. The road bears to the right and halts at a T-junction with the B6045 from Blyth. We must turn right onto this road, and follow it for a short while, before turning left onto Kilton Hill. We are now travelling south, passing to the east of the town centre. The road here is like it has been since the start of the route, lined with mostly semi-detached houses, and nothing really of note, except for a bridge taking the Sheffield-Retford railway line over the top of the road. From here, we are on High Hoe Road, up to the end of the route, which terminates back on the B6040, which is again the old A57 in disguise.