|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Middleton Mains (NT387573)|
|To:||Oxenfoord Mains (NT399673)|
|Distance:||7 miles (11.3 km)|
|Meets:||A7, B6458, A68, A6093|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6367 is a rural B-road, almost entirely in Midlothian.
The road starts on the A7 on Middleton Moor. The hills of southeast Scotland are to the right but the B6367 remains firmly at lower altitude. It heads north along more-or-less flat terrain before crossing a bridge over the Borders Railway by the former Tynehead station. Immediately afterwards the road TOTSOs left; the road ahead is the B6458 and the B6367 appears very much to be the poorer route.
The road continues north, now as S1 but it quickly widens again. This section of road is hillier than before. It goes over a ridge then descends to Crichton where it TOTSOs left then right to cross an unclassified road. The road then follows the Tyne Water (not very closely) downstream to Pathhead, where it goes through a traffic-calmed 20-zone to reach the A68.
Originally the B6367 ended here but it was extended north later in the 1920s. There is, therefore, a short multiplex east along the A68 before the B6367 turns left along a narrow S2 to regain its number. It skirts the grounds of Preston Hall before bearing to the left and ending soon afterwards at a T-junction on the A6093.