|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Bordon Camp (SU797356)|
|Via:||Arford & Lindford|
|Distance:||7.4 miles (11.9 km)|
|Meets:||A333, B3004, A325, A325|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3002 is a semi-urban B-road, mostly in Hampshire.
The road begins on the A333 (the pre-tunnel A3) just south of Hindhead, Surrey, and heads west. It immediately proceeds into and the neighbouring village of Grayshott. It then goes round the edge of Headley Down (a village) before continuing to Headley and Lindford, where it meets the B3004 and there's a brief multiplex to the right (with the B3004 being dominant).
When the B3004 TOTSOs right along Broxhead Farm Road, the B3002 resumes, reaching the old A325 Farnham Road, where it TOTSOs along Farnham Road to meet the new A325 at a roundabout, at the start of the Whitehill and Bordon Relief Road.
The reason for the TOTSO is that the B3002 originally continued straight on to end at the long-gone Bordon station. The final section along Budds Lane was originally the B3003 but became a spur of the B3002 in 1935; it became the mainline as the route to the former station had been declassified; this happened in the 1960s after the station was closed.
With the opening of the Whitehill and Bordon Relief Road, Station Road and Budds Lane were downgraded to the C114, while the B3002 turned right along the old A325 to meet the relief road at a roundabout.