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|To:||Page's Cross (SX335839)|
|Length:||0.8 miles (1.3 km)|
|Met (1923):||A30, B3254, A388|
|Now part of:||A30|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3258 was a short link road passing to the south of Launceston.
Owing to its route the B3258 was perfect to become part of the Launceston bypass. It seems to have been upgraded to Class I status in the 1950s and took the A30 number soon if not immediately.
The A30 bypass has since been upgraded and so most the route of the B3258 is now destroyed under the current bypass (Link Road, which runs along a similar route, was built later). The northern section of Hurdon Road is still extant, however.
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