|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||7.8 miles (12.6 km)|
|Meets:||A3100, A281, B2128|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2130 is an L-shaped B-road in west Surrey.
It starts on the A3100 just outside Godalming town centre (it originally started on the High Street but lost about 90 yards (80 metres) when the A3100 bypass was built). After climbing a hill out of Godalming and passing through the small village of Hascombe, the road passes to the north of Dunsfold Aerodrome (home of the BBC's Top Gear).
The road splits just before reaching the A281. The left fork is the direct route to that road in a northerly direction and is indeed the original route of the A281 before was diverted to the east of the aerodrome; there was once a short multiplex here. The mainline of the B2130 crosses the A281 at a signal-controlled staggered junction. The road then continues to end at a roundabout on the B2128 at the western end of the village of Cranleigh.