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|Length:||12.5 miles (20.1 km)|
|Met (1974):||A379, B3211, B3196, A38 A381|
|Now part of:||A3121|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3210 was a short B-road on the southern edge of Dartmoor.
It started on the A379 on the edge of the Flete Estate, to the west of Modbury.
It headed north along the valley of the River Erme. It crossed that river at Ermington and then followed a tributary (the Lud Brook) via Ugborough to Avonwick.
Originally the B3210 ended on the A385 at Avonwick. However, in the 1950s that road was diverted to the north along the former route of the B3372 and the B3210 took over its original route. There was therefore a spur to the west, to meet the A38 near South Brent. The mainline continued east to the south of the railway line to end on the A381 on the western edge of Totnes.
Later still, in 1991, the B3210 number became redundant. The section from Flete to just past Ugborough was upgraded to A3121, the rest was declassified.
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