This article is about the original B3044 along North Walls in Winchester.
For the present B3044 along Stockbridge Road in the same city, see B3044
The original B3044 was described in the 1922 Road Lists as Winchester (North Walls and Eastgate Street).
It started on the then-A33 Hyde Street at the original southern end of the A34 (which came in along City Road) and headed east along North Walls before bearing right into Union Street. After continuing along Eastgate Street it ended on the then-A31 Bridge Street by the statue of King Alfred.
This route, which was upgraded to Class I status in 1935 to become the A3092, is now part of the B3330 and has been since all the Class I roads in Winchester city centre were downgraded in 1995.