|From: || Ossett Street Side (SE273215) |
|To: || Chidswell (SE264233) |
|Via: || Gawthorpe|
|Distance: || 1.3 miles (2.1 km)|
|Met: || A638, A633 |
|Route outline (key)|
||Ossett Street Side - Chidswell
|This article is about the original B6130 near Dewsbury.
For the current B6130 in Blackburn, see B6130
Water tower on the now-unclassified former B6130 Chidswell Lane
The B6130 was a short link road in west Yorkshire.
It started on the A618 in Ossett Street Side. It headed north along Bridle Lane and passed through Gawthorpe. After running along Chidswell Lane it ended in Chidswell itself on the A633.
The road was declassified around 1935 when the B6129 was extended along a parallel route. The section in Gawthorpe has since been severed by the construction of the A638 Ossett bypass.