|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||7.2 miles (11.6 km)|
|Old route now:||A6105, B6355|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6364 is a short B-road heading north from Kelso.
The road starts to the north of Kelso on the A6089 and heads north across the relatively flat terrain of this part of the country before crossing the Eden Water and climbing up into the hills. It then reaches Stichill, the largest place along the length of the road. It runs along the main street of the village and quickly reenters open country.
The road then reaches a summit on the edge of Queenscairn Wood. It undulates along the plateau for a couple of miles before descending slowly to end at a T-junction on the A6105 to the south of Greenlaw.
Originally the B6364 met the B6363 here and then continued on via Greenlaw (where there was a multiplex along the A697), Duns, Chirnside (where there was a multiplex along the B6355) and Ayton (where there was a multiplex along the A1) to end on the B1343 on the near side of Eyemouth. The section between Greenlaw and Chirnside was soon upgraded to Class I status, becoming the A6105. Chirnside to Eyemouth became part of a rerouted B6355 at the same time to avoid our road having a large gap in the middle. In 1935 the B6364 was reduced a short distance to its current length when the A6105 was extended west of Greenlaw.