|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||5.2 miles (8.4 km)|
|Meets:||A363, B3109, B3105, B3106, A350, A3102|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3107 is a reasonably short B-road in east Wiltshire. The road was originally numbered B3104 but was upgraded to become the A3053 in the mid-1920s. However, the road was downgraded again following the construction of the Melksham bypass, when it gained its present number.
The road starts in Bradford-on-Avon town centre, at a mini-roundabout on the A363 just north of the bridge over the River Avon. We run through town along the narrow Silver Street which widens out to become Woolley Street. We climb away from the river and then the B3109 bears off to the left before we reach open country.
It's not long before the B3105 crosses the B3107 at a staggered crossroads (we have priority, emphasising the road's Class I history) and soon reach the village of Holt. The B3106 comes in from the right at a mini-roundabout after which we run along the main street. Holt continues for longer than expected but after reaching open country again we bear right to go over a railway line then left to run between the line and the River Avon for the remainder of the route. The road ends at a roundabout on the A350 Melksham bypass.