|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||11.7 miles (18.8 km)|
|Meets:||B2070, B2131, B3002, A325, A31|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3004 is a back route in Hampshire.
It starts in Liphook on the pre-bypass A3 and heads north, soon crossing the A3 without a junction. It crosses Passfield Common and goes through Standford before entering Lindford. After a brief multiplex with the B3002 across the River Wey, it heads downhill to the A325, meeting it at a LILO in Sleaford. There's a brief multiplex to the right meaning that through traffic should have followed the B3002 to get to the A325 in Bordon.
The B3004 then runs westward through Kingsley and East Worldham before descending down to Alton. There's a bridge under the A31 and the road enters the built up area. There's then a TOTSO to the right through various industrial estates, followed by another TOTSO, after which the road ends on a roundabout with the A31.
The B3004 only originally ran as far as Lindford. The extension to Alton happened in the 1930s, and originally ended on what was the original A31 just east of Alton town centre. The current end of the route dates from around 1994, when the A339 was rerouted westward, keeping through traffic out of Alton town centre.