From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
|Length:||7 miles (11.3 km)|
|Meets:||A3047, B3280, B3302|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3303 is a rural road in west Cornwall.
The B3303 leads directly from the A3047 (ex A30) heading west in the town of Camborne. The next part of the A3047 through the centre of Camborne has been made one way from the other direction and this junction has been remodelled so the through route is via our road. Camborne has a very industrial heritage and the small terraced houses open onto a very small pavement.
A couple of Pelican Crossings are passed and a double mini-roundabout is reached followed by a single one. The route keeps ahead at each. The main town police station is passed and the houses become grander before becoming suburban and then disappearing altogether as Camborne ends. A National Speed Limit sign greets us.
Pendarves is no more than a couple of large houses, but there is a pub/restaurant called the Old Shire Inn. The road then winds through the Cornish countryside with just an occasional house or ruined tin mine for company. Praze-an-Beeble is the next settlement and a moderately sized village. It has a 30mph limit and in the middle of the village is a simple crossroads with the B3280. This route has the priority at the junction.
South of the village are the entrances to a country club and then a large country estate. Then it's back to open countryside and plenty of bends. The smaller village of Nancegollan is reached and that has to make do with a 40mph limit. South of this is one of the straighter sections en route followed by another smallish settlement and 40mph limit at Crowntown. This limit drops to 30mph to pass a local primary school. Just south of this the route terminates on the B3302 at a fork junction.