|Location Map ( geo)
|Whitletts, near Ayr (NS361230)
|19 miles (30.6 km)
|A77, A71, A76, A758
|Now part of:
|Route outline (key)
The A733 was a lengthy route across North Ayrshire which was classified in 1922, then extended, before being completely renumbered in 1934.
The route started on the A77 to the northeast of Fenwick, at ajunction which is often referred to as Galston Road End. The route then headed south via the village of Moscow to end on the A71 in Galston. Later in the 1920s it was extended along the majority of the original B746. It therefore headed southwest from Galston via no places of any size, crossing the A76 en route, to end on the then-A758 at Whitletts to the east of Ayr.
In 1934, the entire road was renumbered as an extension of the A719, which also took over that part of the A758 into Ayr town centre. In more recent years the A77 Ayr bypass has taken over the southernmost section of the extended A733. The bypass and the old road do not have exactly the same route, however, so certain parts of the ex-A733 can still be seen, particularly at the southern end, with the A733 having used the now-unclassified Low Road.