B13 (Northern Ireland)
|From:||Clady Corner (J254786)|
|Distance:||6.6 miles (10.6 km)|
|Met (1923):||B39, A26|
|Now part of:||A52|
|Route outline (key)|
The B13 was a cross-country B-road in south County Antrim.
It was listed in the 1923 Road Lists as Belfast - Crumlin; however it started a good way out of Belfast, on the B39 at Clady Corner. From there, the B13 headed west through Nutts Corner before ending on the original route of the A26 on the edge of Crumlin.
The road was quickly upgraded to Class I status: in the late-1920s it became the western half of the A52, which it remains.