This article is about the original B6236 in Accrington. For the current B6236, the former A677 between Blackburn and Haslingden, see B6236.
The now-unclassified former B6236 King Street
The B6236 was a short link road in Accrington town centre.
The road started on the A679 Blackburn Road and headed northeastwards along King Street. After going under the railway viaduct it ended on the A680 Whalley Road.
Later road improvements in Accrington have made the road redundant. Most of the road is now unclassified, although the eastern section has been taken over by the current route of the A679. A large roundabout now exists in this area, meaning the exact route of the B6236 is not easy to follow on the ground.