|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Newbiggin by the Sea (NZ311879)|
|Distance:||2.6 miles (4.2 km)|
|Meets:||A196, A189, A197|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1334 is a short, largely urban B-road on the Northumberland coast. Unlike many roads in the area, its route has remained unchanged since 1922 route, apart from a small diversion where it meets the A189.
Starting from a junction with the A196 on the edge of the Ashington suburb of Hirst – close to the site of the long-gone North Seaton railway station – the B1334 heads east via several small roundabouts and an industrial estate to go through North Seaton itself and then cross the A189 at a very much larger roundabout junction.
After a short rural section, and now heading northeast, the route enters Newbiggin by the Sea. It runs along Front Street, one block inland from the North Sea, before ending at the eastern end of the A197, still out of sight of the sea. The road ahead, which leads to the High Street, is unclassified.