|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Hawthorn Hill (SU874741)|
|Distance:||3.3 miles (5.3 km)|
|Now part of:||A3095|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3029 was a short B-road in east Berkshire.
The road started on the A332 on the edge of Bracknell, just to the north of that road's junction with the A329. It headed north to Newell Green then clockwise around Warfield. The road ended on the A330 at Hawthorn Hill.
Originally unclassified, the B3029 gained its number in the mid-1920s when the original use of the number nearby in the county was upgraded to Class I status, making it an early example of a recycled number.
The road is not marked on the 1932 or 1932 Ten-Mile maps although this was presumably an oversight as the road appears on the 1934 edition and became part of the A3095 in 1935. The southern end of the former B3029 has been altered by the construction of one of Bracknell's many roundabouts but the remainder of the road is unchanged.