|To:||Hebburn Colliery (NZ315654)|
|Distance:||0.4 miles (0.6 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The second version of the B1306 number was a short road in Hebburn, in north Durham.
The road started on the A185 Victoria Road to the east of Hebburn town centre and headed north along Black Road. It continued along High Lane Row under the railway line before ending on Auckland Road, which was the original route of the B1297.
The road was unclassified in 1922 and owing to its short length it is not known when the road got its number. The road was certainly in existence by the late 1940s and survived until at least the 1970s when it seems to have been taken over by the B1297 when that road was diverted away from Jarrow. Later the B1297 was rerouted into Jarrow again and the ex-B1306 was declassified.
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