B65 (Northern Ireland)
|Distance:||28 miles (45.1 km)|
|Met:||A29, B66, B64, B19, A6, A31|
|Now part of:||A54|
|Route outline (key)|
The B65 was a long B-road in east County Londonderry.
The road started on the A29 on the western edge of Coleraine and then headed upstream along the River Bann for some distance. After a multiplex along the B19 (present A42)) in Clady the road ended on the original line of the A6 to the east of Castledawson.
The B65 number did not last long as it was upgraded to Class I status in the mid-1920s. It became the A54, which it remains, although that road has been diverted via Portglenone instead of Clady.