|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Romsey (N) (SU351232)|
|To:||Shipton Bellinger (S) (SU232436)|
|Via:||Broughton & Over Wallop|
|Distance:||18.9 miles (30.4 km)|
|Meets:||A3057, A30, A343, A338, A303|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3084 is a rural B-road in western Hampshire.
It leaves the A3057 north of Romsey. It crosses the London-Southampton railway line and goes in a northwesterly direction following the River Test flood plain through Awbridge and Dunbridge, where it crosses the railway again at a level crossing, to the edge of Mottisfont.
The B3084 then becomes more hilly and continues northwards to the edge of Broughton. It then crosses the A30 via a crossroads before going on to the edge of Middle Wallop where it meets the A343. Originally all the preceding was unclassified but became an extension of the B3084 in the late 1920s.
The original southern end of the B3084 was on the A343 in Middle Wallop. It headed north through Over Wallop into Grateley but owing to the narrowness of this road it was declassified in 2012. The short multiplex east along the A343 has now been lengthened and the B3084 now only reappears in Kentsboro, on the far side of Middle Wallop Airfield. The road heads northwest to Grateley where it rejoins its original route before going over the London-Exeter railway line by Grately station.
A mile or so further on the B3084 reaches a crossroads on the original route of the A303. The original northernmost section of B3084, straight on, was severed when the current A303 was built. The B3084, therefore, now has to TOTSO left to terminate at a roundabout on the A338 which is part of a GSJ with the A303.