This article is about the current B6379 near Bradford in Yorkshire.
For an earlier road also numbered B6379 that is now the B1217, see B6379 (Hook Moor - Towton)
The B6379 is a short road to the south of Bradford. The road was originally unclassified, except for its northern end which is the original line of the A641, but the B6379 number had come to the area by 1932.
The road starts at a TOTSO on the B6120 in the middle of Scholes; as that road heads east our road heads west and zigzags through the suburbs to cross the A58 at traffic lights. The road then continues into Wyke, where it TOTSOs right at a crossroads on the edge of a recreation ground.
We now head north along Town Gate, which quickly becomes lined with shops. It's not long before a T-junction is reached where we TOTSO right onto the original line of the A641. This is then followed north into Low Moor to end at a sharply angled junction on the present A641.