The B6547 runs along Glossop Road through the Broomfield area of Sheffield, to the west of the city centre. It was originally the A57 mainline and later became part of the B6069. It was given its present designation in 2008, presumably to make the four-ended B6069 less complicated.
The road starts at traffic lights on the A57 Fulwood Road, where the only movement is eastbound A57 to B6547 and vice versa. Our road heads southeast along Glossop Road, passing a few shops and a couple of office blocks before running past what were large private houses, now hotels or offices. The road gradually bears round to the left and after crossing traffic lights does become lined with houses itself. We pass the Royal Hallamshire Hospital to reach another set of lights, where the B6547 ends on the B6069. Some maps show the B6547 continues ahead along more of Glossop Road to end on the A61 ring road, whilst other maps claim the B6069 is the dominant number in the multiplex ahead.