|From:||Westgate Road (NZ233642)|
|To:||Redheugh Bridge Road (NZ241634)|
|Distance:||0.8 miles (1.3 km)|
|Met (1922):||A69, B6328, A695, A6082|
|Now part of:||A695|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6332 was a short link road to the west of Newcastle upon Tyne city centre.
The road started on the A69 (current A186) and headed south along Elswick Road and Rye Hill to cross the A695. It then turned into Railway Street to end on the A6082 at the northern end of Redheugh Bridge Road (which led to the original crossing of the Tyne here).
It seems that the road was later renumbered as part of the B1600 - but it is now mostly unclassified. South of Westmorland Road the road is actually broken by the college campus built across it. Railway Street now appears to be part of the A695.