This article is about the original B275.
For the current B275 in Croydon, see B275
(former B275) Morden Road
The B275 was a short B-road to the south of London.
It started on the A217 to the south of the centre of Mitcham, adjacent to the old Mitcham station. It headed west to reach the edge of Morden Hall Park before turning south to cross the River Wandle.
Now heading southwest, the B275 continued along Central Road to the edge of Morden Park where it ended on the A24. This junction has been remodelled with the dualling of the A24 and the exact southern end of the B275 no longer exists.
The B275 lasted until around 1930 before being upgraded to Class I status. It is now part of the A239.