|From:||South Cave (SE928303)|
|To:||Market Weighton By Pass (SE886411)|
|Distance:||7.5 miles (12.1 km)|
|Meets:||A63, B1230, A1079|
|Route outline (key)|
The A1034 is a rural A-road in the East Riding.
It starts at an unusual GSJ on the A63 in South Cave (it originally started in the village centre and was extended slightly when the A63 bypass was opened in the late 1920s). It heads north along a Roman Road through the village and is then crossed by the B1230 at a staggered crossroads. It then passes to the west of South and North Newbold and goes through the middle of Sancton before ending at a roundabout on the A1079 Market Weighton bypass. Originally, of course, it carried on into the centre of town where it ended on what was, until 1924, the A66.