|Bundesstrasse 63 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||41 km|
The federal highway 63 (abbreviation: B 63 ) in North Rhine-Westphalia is relatively short with a total length of 41 km. It leads in a north-south direction from Drensteinfurt via Hamm and Werl to Wickede (Ruhr) and ends at Wimbern on federal road 7 . The B 63 between the Werl-Nord junction and the Wickede (Ruhr) junction is interrupted and will be replaced by the 445 motorway.
The section between Hamm and Werl was built in 1826/27. For this purpose, stones from the demolition of the old Werler Castle were used.