|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Putney Hill (TQ236742)|
|To:||Kingston Road (TQ221729)|
|Distance:||1.2 miles (1.9 km)|
|Met:||A219, A306, A3|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3210 is given in the 1922 Road Lists as London (New Portsmouth Road) which no longer exists - although searching for Portsmouth Road does bring up a short road on Putney Heath, which is indeed actually part of the former A3210.
The A3210 started on the A219 Putney Hill, heading west along what is now Wildcroft Road and then into Portsmouth Road. Although the route is now no longer accessible to traffic, it continued straight and is still visible as a footpath, crossing the A306 Roehampton Lane (this has been slightly rerouted) and heading to the south of the current housing estate. It ended on the A3 at Chohole Gate after running parallel for a short distance. Norstead Place appears to be the road's southernmost section.
As stated above, the road has not just been declassified - it has been closed to traffic completely for most of its route.