|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||South Beach (NZ317795)|
|Distance:||2.3 miles (3.7 km)|
|Meets:||A193, A1061, B1328, A193|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1329 is an urban B-road through Blyth in Northumberland.
It starts at a roundabout on the A193 at South Beach before heading north along Links Road into the centre of town. It passes between the town centre and the river, meeting the B1328 en route. It then follows a new relief road to the north of the Market Place before turning sharply left by Wimborne Quay and ending on the A193 at the end of the road.
As may be expected, much of the B1329 is the pre-bypass A193. The original southern end of the B1329 was adjacent to Ridley Park, as the A193 went up Park Road. The B1329 then followed the now-unclassified Park View before regaining its current route as Bridge Street. It ended at the western end of Bridge Street, again on the A193 in the Market Place.
The bend at Wimbourne Quay originally marked the end of the A193 and also the A194, the original number of the northernmost section of B1329 (although this became part of the A193 in 1935). At this point there was a link road to the river and a ferry to North Blyth.