B1273 (Darlington - Egglescliffe)
|Distance:||9.2 miles (14.8 km)|
|Now part of:||B6280, A67|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1273 was a rural B-road east of Darlington.
It started on the A67 Stonebridge in the centre of Darlington and headed east past Bank Top station, following the Darlington to Middlesbrough railway line relatively closely. It went through Middleton St George and Urlay Nook before crossing the York to Middlesbrough railway line and ending on the A19 (now A135) in Egglescliffe.
The B1273 was renumbered A67 in the 1960s (the A67 already existed east of Darlington but was itself renumbered A66). A few bypasses have been built since then, not least the Darlington bypass, which has rendered the westernmost section of the ex-B1273 as the B6280.