|To:||Woodhouse Mill (SK431856)|
|Distance:||3.3 miles (5.3 km)|
|Meets:||A6135, B6065, B6063, A57, B6066, B6200|
|Old route now:||B6065|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6064 is an urban B-road on the southern edge of Sheffield.
It starts at traffic lights on the A6135 (former A616) and heads east along Woodhouse Road. Soon the road TOTSOs right with the road ahead being the B6065. Indeed, the entire of the route so far was the original western end of that road, with the B6064 starting on the B6065 and following the steep Hunter's Lane to reach its present route.
The B6064 then descends Normanton Hill, meeting the B6063 and skirting Richmond Park. Indeed, the road appears semi-rural for a short stretch. At the bottom of the hill the road enters Normanton Spring, where it crosses the A57 at a roundabout. The road then climbs again into Coisley Hill and the road is very winding for over half a mile through Woodhouse.
After passing the junction with the B6066 the road TOTSOs left and heads northeast along Station Road, which still actually leads to Woodhouse station, on the Sheffield to Retford line. After crossing over the railway the B6066 descends once more to end at traffic lights on the B6200 (pre-bypass A57) adjacent to its bridge over the River Rother.