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|To:||St Margarets (TQ172742)|
|Length:||1.6 miles (2.6 km)|
|Meets:||A310, A316, A305|
|Now part of:||B363|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3004 is a short urban A-road near Twickenham.
Originally it started on the A315 in Spring Grove but this section is now an extended B363. It now starts on the A310 in Isleworth. It heads due east for a short distance before turning right at a mini-roundabout (the road straight on goes to the bank of the Thames and stops). Now heading south, it crosses the River Crane (changing London Borough in the process). Half a mile later it reaches a large roundabout with the A316; this did not exist in 1922 as Twickenham Bridge had not yet been built. The A3004 then goes over the railway line by St Margarets station and then splits.
St Margarets Road, to the left, is the original route; Crown Road, to the right, seems to have been added in 1935. Both roads end on the A305.