|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Seaton Delaval (NZ294760)|
|Distance:||3.1 miles (5 km)|
|Meets:||A1171, A1172, B1505, A189, A192|
|Old route now:||A1172|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1326 is a B-road through Cramlington new town.
The original route of the B1326 through Cramlington has altered as well - but it did meet the B1319 before going past the church. The original village centre has now been bypassed and Village Road is part of the road's original route.
At the east end of Village Road the B1326 reaches a T-junction on the original route of the A189 (now B1505). It multiplexes south along this road for about a quarter of a mile, passing the slip roads to/from the northbound carriageway of the current A189 which runs parallel. The B1326 turns left and regains its number before going under the A189 and then meeting the two slip roads for the southbound carriageway.
After going through East Cramlington, the B1326 zigzags through the East Cramlington Local Nature Reserve (notice the signs warning of red squirrels) before ending on a roundabout on the northern edge of Seaton Delaval.