|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2 miles (3.2 km)|
|Met (1923):||A358, A3038, A374|
|Now part of:||unclassified|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3037 was a short A-road from the Somerset town of Ilminster.
The road left the A358 (renumbered A303 in 1933 and now unclassified) in the middle of town. It ran west down East Street to the market place, where it met the A3038 Silver Street, which became a spur of the A3037 when that road was abolished in 1935. The road then headed south out of town along Ditton Street, which is very narrow to begin with.
Curving round to the west at Dowlish Ford, it kinked left at Sea to reach the A374 (later A358). A slight extension to this route was required when the A358 was diverted along the old railway line to improve its alignment.
The A3037 was declassified in 1988 with the building of the Ilminster bypass and the declassification of the A303.