|To:||Bedlington Station (NZ281824)|
|Distance:||3.6 miles (5.8 km)|
|Meets:||A192, A1068, A193, A189, A1147|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1331 is a largely urban B-road through Bedlington in Northumberland.
It starts on the A192 to the west of Nedderton and heads east through the village before reaching Bedlington. It meets the A1068 and A193 at a roundabout in the centre of town. The entire of this section was originally the B1332 but became part of the B1331 after World War II.
The B1331 multiplexes east along the A193 for a few hundred yards through Bedlington before regaining its number by the church and heading roughly northeast. It originally went along Station Road to end on the B1330 by the railway level crossing. In 1960 that road was rerouted over the new Kitty Brewster Bridge, so the B1331 was itself rerouted along Stead Lane, round the south of the village of Bedlington Station, still to end on the B1330 on the north side of the new bridge. The route of the B1331 has not changed despite the fact that the road it now ends on is the dual-carriageway A189.