The B6459 was the number of a short link road on the edge of Galashiels town centre. Owing to its short length its history is not fully known. However, it was originally unclassified and had definitely gained its number by the 1950s. The A7 has now been rerouted along the majority of the road, making the number redundant.
The road started where the A7 turned from High Buckholmside into Bridge Place, to cross the Gala Water. Our road continued ahead along Ladhope Vale, with the railway line immediately to the left and the river behind the buildings to the right. Presently the road bore right alongside the eastern side of Our Lady Church along an alignment that no longer exists to end where the A6091 moved from Market Street onto Station Brae. The old Galashiels station was just to the east but this has been replaced by an Asda; the present station is alongside Ladhope Vale.