|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||North Muskham (SK788570)|
|To:||South Muskham (SK793588)|
|Distance:||1.2 miles (1.9 km)|
|Former Number(s):||A6065, A1|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6325 between North and South Huskham, north of Newark-on-Trent, is a former part of the A1, predating that route's bypassing of Newark in the 1960s (although the road was part of the A6065 until 1990). It is still called Great North Road.
The road starts at a large grade-separated roundabout with full access to the A1 just outside North Muskham and, after bridging the East Coast Main Line railway, continues to the South Muskham bypass. The road ends on the west side of South Muskham, at a mini-roundabout junction with the A616.
Historically, the Great North Road would have continued southwards from this point along the route now taken by an extension of the A616.