|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Green Bridge, nr Dunsford (SX820889)|
|To:||Farrant's Bridge (SX835894)|
|Via:||Bridford Bridge, nr Doddiscombsleigh|
|Distance:||2.9 miles (4.7 km)|
|Met (1923):||B3212, B3212|
|Now part of:||B3193|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3213 was a short loop south off the B3212 near the Dartmoor village of Dunsford. It headed south along the River Teign to cross Bridford Bridge and head back north again beside the GWR's Teign Valley railway line.
By 1928 the B3193, which originally ran no further north than the A38, had been extended north to Bridford Bridge, after which it took over the western part of the loop, leaving just the eastern section - to Farrant's Bridge - as the B3213. In 1935 this eastern part was also renumbered, as a spur of the B3193. This situation seems to have lasted until Devon's general renumbering of 1991 when the western section was declassified, leaving only the road from Bridford Bridge to Farrant's Bridge as a classified route.