|Distance:||5.6 miles (9 km)|
|Met (1956):||A350, A363|
|Now part of:||A3102, B3107|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3053 was a short rural A-road in west Wiltshire.
The road started on the A350/A365 multiplex on Bath Road, to the north of Melksham town centre. The road headed southwest between the railway line and the River Avon, crossing the former after a mile or so. The road passed through the village of Holt before running into Bradford-on-Avon, where it ended on the A363 in the town centre.
Originally numbered B3104, the road gained the A3053 number in the mid-1920s. Following the completion of the A350 Melksham bypass the road was downgraded. The road within the bypass is now part of the A3102 whilst the remainder of the road is numbered B3107.