|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2.6 miles (4.2 km)|
|Meets:||A618, B6053, A6135|
|Route outline (key)|
Route: Norwood to Mosborough
The B6058 is a short urban B-road on the southern edge of Sheffield.
The road is a single carriageway passing through a mix of housing frontage, industrial areas and a shopping street in Killamarsh, crossing the River Rother about halfway along. The easternmost end between Walford Road and the A618 Rotherham Road is traffic-calmed. Station Road was resurfaced in the summer of 2007.
Original Author(s): Haydn1971
There have been various plans over the years to improve the old bridges over the railways and River Rother, the most recent of which is a low cost solution for a new pedestrian bridge to the south of the road. There are also proposals still in the Unitary Development Plan that would see a bridge built over the B6058 carrying the Moss Way (C795). There where also plans around 1975 to build a footbridge over Station Road adjacent to the quarry/depot site linking Halfway Drive to Westcroft Drive.
A proposal was developed in the 1970s to extend Station Road west for about 1000-1200 m then turn north to meet the B6388 High Lane. With another road linking north to south between this extension and the junction of the A6135 Moor Valley and B6388 Quarry Hill.
|c. 1979||Eckington Way||Station Road Roundabout Constructed|
|1996||Eckington Way||Roundabout at Station Road Enlarged|