B3010 (Aldershot - Crondall)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||4.8 miles (7.7 km)|
|Met:||A325, B3011, A287|
|Now part of:||A323|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3010 was a short B-road in northeast Hampshire.
It started on the A325 on the western edge of Aldershot. It headed roughly northwest, parallel to the Basingstoke Canal, for nearly two miles. It then turned sharply left and headed southwest through Church Crookham to end on the A287 to the north of Crondall.
In 1935 the number was released for use nearby. The eastern section, along the canal, became part of a rerouted B3011 and the remainder was declassified. The B3011 in the Fleet area (including the eastern section of the former B3010) was then upgraded to Class I status in the 1960s, becoming part of the A323.