|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Killingworth (North) (NZ261717)|
|Distance:||2.2 miles (3.5 km)|
|Meets:||A189, A1056, B1321, A19, A1171|
|Old route now:||A189, A1171|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1319 is a short urban B-road on Tyneside. It has been shortened at both ends from its original route.
In 1922 the B1319 started on the A189 at West Moor before heading north along Great Lime Road. This section was renumbered B1318 after World War II and has now been bypassed by the new A189. The B1319 now starts at its 1940s southern end at a roundabout on the A189 and A1056.
The road continues north, roughly parallel to the A189 and the East Coast Main Line, before it crosses the railway line and then reaches a T-junction at the northern end of Great Lime Road. The B1319 TOTSOs left here and enters Dudley. The B1321 multiplexes along it in the centre of the village between two mini-roundabouts. The B1319 turns right at the second before reaching a roundabout on the A1171, which is part of a partial GSJ with the A19.